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THE DATLi7" BEE-OMAHA ERIDAF , AUGUST 18 , Id32
IEIID & OO. .
The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware BHouse
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET
OMAHA . NEB.
$ f BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
-AND DKALKIt N
3f Wall Paper and Window Shades
1304 Farnfeam St. Omaha Neb.
Wholesale Lumber ,
No , 1408 Farnlmin Street , mak
They make a specialty of COOKING STOVES , and h.avo this : car placed In the market
n of the MOST ECONOMIC AND MOSV SAUSKACTOHY STOVES ever made. They makcboUi
Plain and extension top , and guarantee- all their goods. The agents for the company arc.
PIERCY & BRADFORD/
Furnaces , Fireplaces , Heaters
HOC JBS * . 3XT "X ? OES X. 13 ,
JG R A T E S , RANGES , STOVES ,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS , Etc.
1211 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA NEB
ROASTING AND BAKING ,
in only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.
WIRE GAUZE QVER DOORS ,
For Bale byj
MiLTOH ROGERS & SONS.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
HOTELS. PROPltTETOJta TOWNF
ARLINGTON. J. G. MclNTIRE. Lincoln , Nab ,
WEATHERLY HOUSE , f A. a. WEATHERLY , Manning , loWn.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. O. REYNOLDS , Coon Rapids , Iowa.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8 , 8TELLINIUU Mllford , Net > .
MARQH HOUSE , E. MANS BROWNSVILLE Neb
OOMMEROIAL HOTEL" JOHN HANNAH , 8tromQur ! !
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loulivllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. G. MEAD , Nellch , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL E. SEYMOUR , Nabratka City'Han
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Wator.Ns
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. CAARPEI7 , Hardy , Nob.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W.MAYFIELD , Oreonwood , Neb )
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , low *
ENO'O HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremant , Ceh
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Aihland , fx'cb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb ,
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUBB , Guldo Rood , No ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , 8WAN & BECKER , Oreiton , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Neola , la ,
CITY HOTEL , Dl A. W LLIAM8 , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS , M. E. OUMMINQ8 , Oornlne , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.IL. AVERY , Stanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J , W. BOULWARE , Burlington Jur'.tlon , U
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , B'anchard ' , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah , to ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
BAGNELL HOUSE , OHAS.BAQNELL , College Spring * , la ,
COMMERCIAL HOUBf , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUOKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , U ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F , STEARNS , Odebolt la '
WOOD3 HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Otceolo , Neb ,
DOUQLAB HOUSE , d , 8. DUNHAM , Olarki , Nob.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. GBEEN , Bedford la ,
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLAOK & BON , Marysvlllej Ma
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Nib
WIN8LOW HOUSE G. McOARTY , Beward , Nab.
AURORA HOUSE M , B , JONES , Auroar Neb.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R , CROZ'ER , Sidney , Neb ,
AVOOA EATINQ HOUSE D. W. ROCKHOLD. AvocaUa.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak'
FOSTER HOUSE Oapt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewli a
WHITNEY HOUSE E , HAYMAKER , Qrltwol
DEPOT HOTEL , O. L. CHAPMAN , DunUp , la.
LU8K HOUSE. J A. LU8K. Logan , la.
DOW CITY HOUSE. W. H. MORTOV , Dow City , ! .
JAOQER HOUSE , JAQQRR& SON , Denlion , la ,
A SUCCESSFUL BACKET.
How Farmer Moroditli Wns Fleeced
nt the Dunvur Exposition.
Seine daya ngo there arrived in the
city nn old farmer from Iowa nntncd
Fintin Morcdith. IJo cnmo hero to
visit the Stnto nnd the Exposition ,
nnd liad plenty of money to invo-t
should ho find n good opening. It
were bettor had ho remained nt homo ,
for rory evidently ho wna not nccus-
tomod to thu ways of the world and
the deep-laid snarca that nro always
act for the unwary. Shortly nfter
coming lioro ho nindo the acquaintance
of n young man who gave hia namn as
Ilnrbiaon , saying ho wan A eon of Col ,
Harbison , n mining operator of Grant
county. [ There is no such county in
the State. 1 On Tuesday they vUitod
the Exposition , observing the opening
exercises and taking in the Bights gen
erally. While walking about the
buildinir young Unrbiaon ntoppod bo-
aide n Hugo pyramid of glittering ere
nnd very coolly informed Mr. Muro-
dith that the "atuil" was taken from
the f-ithor'a mini' . Ho called the mine
the "Mountain Queen , " nnd went on
to toll how Innjo the pay-streak
was , liow much the ere as
sayed , nnd how much was being
taken out every day by the force
of men employed. The honcat old
farmer toot everything ho saw for
granted , nnd it was not long before ho
waa wishing ho waaa mino-owni > r , um
waa beginning to atudy out waya am
means by which ho could gain posnea
aion of ono of the coveted holes it
thn ground , After thua having ex
cited the old gcntleman'a cupidity for
wealth , young Harbison very wisely
allowed the aubject to rest until yea
terday , when they ngain visited the
exposition. About 11 o'clock in the
forenoon the young man invited Mr.
Meredith to accompany him to Sans
Souci park , where they could drink
boer in solitude nnd enjoy n quioi
amoko. Tickled by the attention BO
liberally paid him , the old gentleman
very readily complied , nnd they BOOH
found themselves in the main build
ing in the park. While there a rather
elderly and gentlemanly-appearing
person catno in and leaned up againat
the coulitor , near by. The young
man quickly noticed the now comer
nnd at once called him over , introduc-
ug him na Col. IlarbiBon , hia father.
The conversation wna cleverly turned ,
and noon all three were engaged in an
earnest diacunaion of mining uflaira in
gonpr.ll , and the "Mountain Qucon"
'n Grant county. Mr. Meredith after
i time intimated that ho had some
uoney to risk , and would like to in
vest ii in mines , asking if there waa
10 opportuuity'for making nuch an in
Vestment. Thia is juat what the
illcgud father und son was waiting
"Why , " aaid the elder Harbison.
'I think I can fix it ao you can como
n with nio aa un equal partner. You
oe , my partner ia a rambler , and
nuch given to dissipation and caroua-
ntr. The association ia not a plenaant
one , and either of us would bo willinc
and glad to got rid of- the other , nnd I
hink that by talking to him I could
jot hia permission to sell for him , and
rou are just the kind of a partner I
wunt have plenty of money and
n e. "
"la that so ? " exclaimed the crodu-
OUB farmer. "How much will ho asker
or his half ? "
"Two thousand dollara. "
"I don't think I have that much
money with mo , but I can draw for
non , " nnd going down to the inner-
neat recoasoa oi hia inaido vest pocket ,
tferidcth pulled out n roll of money
and bognn to count it out on the table
before him. Ho had juat § 1,105 on
hia person ; a good sum , which the
shruivd operators were auro of secur
"Well , will you take the half inter-
oat ? " aokcd the elder Harbison when
the counting process hud been com
"Yea , I will , if the mine ia just aa
you represent it to bo. "
"Mr. Meredith , it in fully na good
as wo have represented it to bo and
its chancea for developing even still
greater value are wonderfully good ;
and if you mean buainosa you will de
posit thut money with us , the remain
der of the $2,000 to bo paid ua when
the deeds are made over to you "
That settled it , The money waa
handed over , and then , after taking
another drink , they proceeded to the
exposition to look up the recreant and
undcservablo partner. They entered
the building , and , before reaching the
mineral department , thu elder Harbi
son stopped , and , pointing to n well-
dressed , gray-headed man , aaid :
"I'horo he in now ; that's my partner.
I think I had better go to him and
have a private talk , as I don't want a
row with him , and ho ia sure to flare
if ho Hilda out I have been trying to
sell him out. "
The man indicated was rather prepossessing -
possessing , had an independent nir ,
were a gray muatacho and goatee , and
was standing beside thn very pyramid
of ere which waa palmed offaaa portion
tion of thu product of the "Mountain
( Jueon" on the day previous. The
father and son went to the "partner'1
and drew him aside to a point near
ono of the doors , all three seeming to
bo earnestly engaged in a moro than
usually interesting conversation , They
remained there souia tirno , and soon
the old man grew weary of waiting
and began to gape around the build
ing , As BOOH ua the old man's back
was turned the throe men at the
door ulippod out through the doorway ,
jumped into a hack and were drivoti
uwny.When Mr. Meredith looked for
them they were gone , and all he could
see was the dust thrown up by the
flying vehicle. It waa then that ho
realized ho had been playing the part
of a "sucker , " and had been robbed ,
lie rushed outnido like a mad man ,
yelling at the top of hia voice for a
hack , und gesticulating in a frenzied
manner. Those who Baw him , includ
ing the hack drivora , thought him
atark crazy , and therefore no convey-
unco was oflutcd him. Finally , ho did
the worat thinp he could poEsibly do ,
going to the Circle railway depot and
waiting there fully ton minutes for a
train , This gave the robbers all the
time they could desire , and they pro-
filled by it.
Upon arriving in the city Mr , Mere
dith placed the caao in the hands of
Dectectivo Joe Arnold , and although
two hours were spent in looking up
the confidence men , no trace of thoin
could be discovered ,
Mr. Meredith is 51 yearn of ago ,
nnd lives at a distance of about seven
teen miles from Iowa City. Ho feel
his loss vcty keenly , and ia yet very
Young Harbison is described as
well dressed , smooth-faced youna
man , nnd the colonel was a flno-look
ing gentleman , tall , nnd wealing A
uiustaoho nnd sido-whiakora.
Rheumatism , disordered blood , gen
oncral debility , nnd many chronic dis
ouaoa pronounced incurable , nro oftoi
cured by Brown's Iron Hitters.
Irrigation by Artoatnu Wolle.
Among the schemes being workci
up by the nattonnl department of agriculture
riculturo is that of irrigating the gro.t
arid plains of the woat by means o
water obtained from nrtosinn wells
The proposition in not n now one
Attention waa called to it nearly fort ]
years ngo. It remained for Gen. Lo
Due , however , to urge the importanci
of the matter on congress , nnd chicflj
through his instrumentality nn np
pronrmtion was mndo for sinking ox
pcnmoutnl wolla. Several mouths
nco commissioners were appointed to
select sites for wells nnd tc
oversee operations. No recent report
1ms broil received of the doings
of the commiasionvrc. That thu
money appropriated by congress wll
all bo spent is altogether likely , but
that any good will result , from the ox-
pcndituru ia extremely unlikely
When nil our arable nnd naturally
watered loud ia taken up nnd im
proved , na it ia in eomo pnrta o
Europe and Asia , it will bo time tore
claim land from the sou , to drain lakes
nnd to experiment in irrigating ark
plaina by moans of water obtainoi
from artesian wolla. There is no oc
casion , however , for doing anything
of the kind when laud is so plontj
that congress votco millions of acroa
to rnilwny companies .uutoUorsnquar
ter of a section to every foreigner who
lands on our shores nnd declares hi *
intention of becoming nu American
citizen It aocma unlikely that nny
member of congrcsa , when voting the
Appropriation , considered the feasi
bility of irrigating largo bodica ol
land by means of water procured from
artesian wolla sunk under the nioat
advantageous circumstances. Irriga
tion is quite an expensive business
oven when water can. bo obtained from
a natural stream.
Irrigating small bodicn ot la d deVoted -
Voted to crops that require a compara
tively oinall amount ol water haa been
quite successful in aomn parts of Cali
fornia. In Lua Angelas nnd San Ber
nardino counties there are about ono
thousand artesian wells whoso w atcr
a used for atock , domestic and irri
gating purposes. Dr. 0. A. White , in
in article on thia subject in the cur
rent number of the North American
lloviow , says : "Tho deeper wolla nro
iOO foot , but the average depth is
roiu 150 to 200 feet ; average
coat , § 400 ouch ; average dia-
charge fwater per well , one-
onth of n cubic foot per second.
Experience there shows that it tukea a
low of ono cubic foot per second to
rrignto ono hundred acres ot land.
Pliu average well will therefore irri
gate ten acres , und the average cost
of such a well will add S-10 per acre
o the original coat of the land. The
> rcatcat How from uny of these Call-
brnia wolla is that of the Burlinguino
well , near Compton which amounts teL
L 7 cubic feet per second ; enough to
rrigato 170 acroa. " It ia understood
hat these wells require no tubinpr ,
ind that they nro sunk with
ittlo liability to accident. The
water rises to n considerable dis-
an co above the surface and can
hcroforo bo easily conducted in any
liroction. It-is nearly pure-and ia ,
onaequontly , well ndapted to irriga-
ing purpoaoa. Such , however , ia not
lib ciiao with the water obtained from
nil artesian wolla. It is sometimes
irnckish , and at other timoa it is
hargo with iron , oulphur , magnesia ,
nd other impurities to such nn extent
hat ia detrimental to the soil over
which it flows. Unless the watei die-
hargad from nn artesian well can bo
uieod a considerable distance above
ho surface oi thu ground it will bo
nearly useless for irrigating nurpoaos ,
D n fall is required to carry it to the
ill'ereiit partti of the tract to bo wa-
The prospect of obtaining water at
moderate depth on great plains ia
tot promising. Commissioner Lo Duo
ndoavurod to reach water near Fort
jyon , Col , , but after boring 800 feet
lie work waa abandoned. A good
ow of water was obtained nt Pueblo ,
/ol. , from two wells , each about
,200 foot deep , A flow of water was
ecured nt Denver at n depth of 800
cot ; at Ohoyenno at 000 ; and at Oar-
on ut 1,300. , There Jmvo boon , how-
vnr , a great number of failuron at
thcr places. Dr. White ia of the
pinion that Hawing wolla can not bo
ecuro'i on the great plains without
oring from 1,200 to 2,000
ect. The cost of ono
f thoio wolla , judging from the
ind of rock Imt must be panned
lirough , will not bo less than § 0,000 ,
vcn if no tubing ia required to pro-
out the water from passing through
lie shelly formation that may form
: io aides of the well for a portion of
8 distance. If one of these wells
liould afford a How of ono cubic foot
f water per second , and no portion of
; waa wasted , it would irrigate one
undrod acres of land at a coat of $00
or acrb for water alone. It must bo
oinomborod that all the expanse of
rrigatlng land ia hot confined to ob-
aining a Hupply of water. It must
o stored in such a manner thut
) can be at command when
t ia required for flooding the
and. After the artesian well has
oen sunk and ( supplied with tubing ,
normoua reservoirs must bo con-
truoted for holding the water , and
itches dag for conducting it to differ-
nt parts of the tract of land to bo
rrigated. It is fair to catimato the
oat of the reservoirs and canals ro-
uirod for a 80,000 well at 81,000 ,
Inch would make the outlay for get-
ing ready to irrigate a 100-ucro farm
10,000 , or § 100 per aero. It in ovi-
ent that no farmer who haa not risen
o the rank and estate of commis-
ionor of agriculture , and who has a
oairo to be it cabinet ofUcor would
ngugo iu such an undertaking.
Auvwor Tbl -
Can you find a case of Bright'a
Mseoso of the Kidneys , Diabetes , Ur-
nary or Liver Complaints that la cur
able , that lion Bitters haa not or can
ot cure ? Ask your neighbor if they
Ahttrncl mid lion ttute.
JOHN U JteOAQUK , oppoMUt Poll Office.
W. H. BARTI.KTT 317 South IBlh Ptrof .
Room II CVMrliton lilnck.
A. T. T.AIUJK Jr. . Room-t. CicSebton BlofV.
tiooti nri Uhnei.
JA11ES DlVlNl ; ft CO. ,
fins Bee t * ntl FhOM. A Rood Mortu M
tcma work on liMid , corner 12th unil llMnoy ,
" 1103. r.RICKSOX , y. R. CM. lath nd
Pi 10th ttroet , nrtTHifacturr * to orJei peed irort
It ( nit prices Uciv\ltlin' lono. _
lipd prlnft ,
. 1S17 Jlotirl M
Hookt , Haw * anu ( lutlonory.
J. I. yuUKIIAUP lO'.B F nih m Strocl
Butter and Fun .
CHKOnnKR , ttu > ohlwt a nd
. .inc In VrbraRku urianlltriotl 1R7S Omthk.
OrrUKto ( ti < 1 Horn Won .
VM RNYnF.lt , 11th r.l Itfirnev I'tffiitd.
I , UAUKtn will p j hls-\ostO ) jhrtlti lot ceon 1
Ml Hfth'nf. IVrenr W.hil V tiihnm ,
\vim ona Ulli.
KV11N & CO.
rin > TAI.C Uoo-lf , Oar , lllh k.it1
T.J. WK1TRIIOWK , WhBlolala ; kKeUH , 15th n.
0. ttKlAl , SOtf tHMlh Olilo Cumlng ) trf .
PM1H Viwd t inirt ml Ilo rl B'rnoti
PAUL. fflUUuu JJlocX Uir. lith & 1 > OJ ( ( .
Civil Cnslnoor * end Uurveyor * .
ANIWIIW U05KWAT1W , CiolKblou niock. ,
fawu dunoyt , flrado tnd Ucwoi c > ' 3j ti > m
Dry Uoaae Notion ? , fcto.
JOHN n. f. i-nuMANN A co. .
n,7or * Dry Uasili Htotu , 1810 mil 1013
h w ttr ut
ik KnewoM 1 > tooti Mid ihotK Al'tclac.
> N WKATWK.VROKS tor I4lhJ ekron ts
vfowe r .
JOHN nUIUKK Wit Fr.rn nr.iBtiiw ,
IUKWK. 101V ritrnnom hul lolb At 11M.
E , Oco. C'nuarfrt.dlb A I'arnhaaj
OHAK UOU3K. V II. Cartflfl FnrnlikuiSt
'JtAVWB ' UOri'Jj , K. Slkvon , 10th 8t.
out'jcin llbicl Ous. lUmol Bth
HIW. A. ftVAK ,
r ltthtn.1 Ddlffo.
8c b Hoard for tltn llonny.
iUtntcn ! / !
vrrl by tle ; D y , TYw * or Month.
GooJ Inring lor Cteh
/ . ( IKOlia , AOK r.uJ CixjQUvl Hand ? nrnltor *
d Htovct , 1111 IlouclNi. Ul hmt ckBh riles
i frr roconit IianJ eos
! OHNiit ICCO Uonrlk Bt. MHO Z00d Ac.
ilAUA FKKCU CO.
9 , KttlEU ACT 1218 tlnrecy ! J . , lixiprot
Jrer A J > Vooil Kouccc ,
nnrnr "nn A'
Pawnbroker * .
Kith .St. . ll l Cat. ft Ilk
Ratrl erfttora , Osnfleld'i Patent.
DOOmiAN lib f-t ! > ( > t Kmi A
Olznrk and Tobacco.
FK1TU011KR , innuulacturora ot CRJI ,
n.l V/licIcewIci IloiUorni n Tohaccoa , 1C05 DouiUs.
V P TA1UKNZKM m rmhrttirnr 14in Fitrnbkm
U. EKBTUOLIJ , lt > m incl Motkl.
uurnber Llmo nd Comont.
'OSTKE & QR\y corner flth nd DoufUe Hie
Lamp * and Ula tore.
DONNKR 1809 Domrlna Bt. Qood Vkrloty
0. A. MNDQUKST ,
> t > 9 ol oar most popular Merchant Tktlori la ra-
olvlu ? tlio lutoet doulena for fifilny uid Sammor
'nctla ' ( or ( jcutleraonavcor. . RtylUh , durable ,
rd nrlcoN low IB over 1200 Farnnm etrct.
1UI. 0. A. Iimaicn , WLoke Io nJ ReUll , Fan
y OooJo In great > arloty , Zephyra , Oaril Borda
( celery , Cllovca , Ccraota , &c. Chupoat House In
'vj V/rnt. I'nrcliiwcrs uavo r.O per ocnl. Ordar
f M\ll. lift Flltoonth Wrcct
Plour * nd Fcrri.
OiTV HILLS , 8th f.nd F rnh m CtD.
fcTXVENU , SlHt liotwcon CumlriK ami fur
A. KouIIANE , Cam 22d aud Gamine Otrccta.
Hxrdwutr , Iron nnd Btnnl.
OLVM it LAKaV/OUTHY , Wholetulo , 110 * af
14 Uth struct
A. EOLMOl corno Ulh rod Call/oinlk.
Hitrncti , Saddle * , be.
II WWW1 MIEthtlt. bet Farn-ft Harnay.
A. inIino , I'l : it6 , cytflowcn ,
It. N. W. cor. Ifitli arid Iloui'lag otroota.
00 To CIIAIO'S
Orocn Homo nth nnd Webster utrcot , for
Ifttits , Bouquets , Klowcrd , Floral Ueulxn * 4o.
Cornice Work * .
We lcn Cornice Work * , Manutactmrii Iron
Cornice , Tin , Iron mid I -to Kooning. Orders
from tny locality promptly exocuU.il In the l > it
manner. Factory and Olticu 1213 Ilarnoy Ht.
0. 8PKCIIT , roprlttor.
Oklvknlied Iron Cornl'con , Window 0pa , eto. ,
manufacturud and put up In any part of Hie
oountrv. T. HIN1IOI.1) 1U Thlrtoouth street
Uommlailcm Merchant * .
JOHN 0. Wlb L1U.11H Oodife Ctreel.
D D. HKKMF.H , 1'or dotolln
Piont In Dnllv and Wo kly.
OlothlnR nnd FurnlthlnQ Qoc' i.
UKO. II. 1'KTKIIUOH. Also Hat * , Capu ,
.hora It'ollnnaandOutloiv Ml H. 10th atroct.
Uhuw Cmn Manufaaory. |
0. J. WILD ) ! .
Mtr.ufactritci t.n'1 Duiltr In All Uuli
Ciw.o , Uprliiit CJBOO , Ji' . , 1317 Cm Bt.
rilAIJK L. OhUllAUP , proprietor
how Ciwu mmiufftctnry , BIS Mouth 10th ntrut-t ,
ictweou LoivniMC'ith and MarcAll
cvti * mis inworo ,
A. BURMIW1KH ,
) 'i 1eta tstovcokiiil'lliiwarv , ai.it Manafactq
f Tin IViofd aud all Un4 of Jlutldlo ; Wou
dd Fcllowc' mock.
. UOHNKU. IW I < Qti.'lkB fit oed and Cheap.
HRMUY KAUKMAWN ,
u tne new brick blocli on Doutrliui Btroct , bki
luit opened M iijfMt elo aut Itorj Hall.
Hot Lunch from 10 to It
4 ill rla"J r-ALnOHKIl (1TO If.th Htr nl.
Oe d * ,
. EVANS , Whclunlaiiudlletall Bted D aud
Cnltlvatora Odd Kullo * Hkll
Pliotograpner * .
OKO. nEYH , I'llOP ,
dr&nd C'ontral Oalkry ,
X12 eiitopnth Street.
ur Ukionlc JUI1. Flrtt-cUuii Work tnd Prompt
Plumblnc , Oa and Uteom Pitting ,
P , W. TAKPY & CO. . SIB Ot. , bot. Fnrnhara
aad Dcjuyln. Work ( iromp y&ttcndfxl to ,
D. ITZI'ATRIOK , L nnzlia Btrcoi.
Bhoa Btorcx ,
Phillip Lin mo Farnhktu it. l f Uth&lllh
Phyalclc.ni and Uurcoont.
W. 9. CHUBS , II. I ) . , Room No i , Crelzhloo
lllock , Uth Btiuvt.
P. n. LKIBFJIRIKQ , U. 0. Uuoolo lllork.
0. Ik HAHT , U. I ) . , Eye and Ear oj > p. poitcfflco
UK. L. II. OHAODY.
Ocullat and AurUt , U. VI lith and Farnhkm
Minting an npor angln ,
HENRY A. KOHTKHS lil Uodtce fitrael.
B cond Hand Store'
PKRKIH8 ft LEAR , 1118 Oouzlaa Bt. , New and
ooond Hand Furniture , Ilouae Furolahlog Qoodl ,
a.i booirbt and told oo narrow
Mining and Milling Company.
> Votklng C rltil' . . . . . . . . _
. . . . .
C | > IU1 aiotk ,
Fat VMut of Shared , . . . - . . . . .
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Minoa Locator ! iu BRAMBL MININ& DISTRICT.
DR. 4. f , THOMAS , rrtaldent , Cummins Wjomlng ,
\VJI. K. HI/TON , Vice-president , Oimuilu * . Wycmloj
R. N. 1IAHWOOD , Bfctctiry , Cummlnft , Wyoming.
A. n. LUNK , Troamrcr , Cunimlnr , pVyomln
"JL" JcC."O' 51SCJE13E183 1
Ur. J. 1. Thonikj. Iflulii Mlllor \V. S. Urfttnel. A. O. Innn.
N. llaru-ooJ. I'rancli LrM-rni. Oco , H , F lo . Uvrla Zolmaa.
lr. J. C. WatUnr.
moil Bm OKO.V , \.jnt lot Sihnl HaaV !
Omaha Steam Lanndry.
The only Lnumlry in Nobrnska that is supnliod witli cnmploto machinery
for Laundry work , Sund your orJorn bv niiiil or oiurcai.
GOTT11EIMEU , GODKUEV & CO. ,
l'J07 Fnrnlmm Street.
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And nil Polutn
Nearly 4,000 miles. Hoi Id Smooth Htcol Truck !
All ccnnccllnnn nro niado In UNION DhPOTQ.
I hna u National Deputation no lielni ; the
croat Through Oar Line , and Is universally
oncmlcd to ho the FINEtiT EQUIPPED 1UII <
road In the world for nil claxs-n ol tracl. .
Try It and you will find trnrollni ; n Itmir )
natcad of a discomfort.
Throunh Tlckntg via rhla Coichratiul Line (01
BOlo at Ml nlllcc-s In the Wont.
All Infornmtlon nliout Hutos n Fnru , ClocpInR
lar Acocmiualatlons , Tluio Tables , &c. , will be
clioorfully ijUon hy apjilylnln to
T. d. POTTEH ,
2d Vtco-1'rcH't & Oon. JfMi
Clcn. 1'amieiv ; or Agt. Chicago ,
W.J. DAVKNI'OKT ,
Uon. Agent , Oonncll Illuffo.
II. 1' . 1 > UKLL , Ticket
HEAT YOUR HOUSES
FURNACES IN THE WORLD.
MADI : nv
EIOHAKDS 3W.BOYNTON dz CO
CHICAGO , ILLS.
Kmlindy now 1SS2 I' pr vomcnls. llor ,
l > rnoiionlit ' * : Cost loss to kotp In
urdor ; U ulon fu l | will KHu juoro huat
nnd a brKer voluiiiu ol pui'A air tlun nny
urnacu ina-Iu ,
Hold hy riKHCKV tt DUAUFOItl ) , Omaha.Noli1
D. IVL WELTY ,
( Encconrnr to D. T. Mcimt. )
Uanulkcturor and Dealer In
Saddles , Harness , Whips ,
FANOY JIOllSM OLOT1IINQ
BoliOB , Dustora nnd Turf OooflB
of AM , UKSVUIL'TIONH.
Agent forJai. . It. lllli ; : Co.'j
"Tho Best in The World , "
Order Hollcltcd. OMAHA , NEB
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
7lia incut co'ilrallv locntid hrtol In the city.
Ihoms 7Co. < l.t)0 ) , j ) 1. 63 and . ' .OOjicrday.f
First Ulasu llutuurant tonnuutfd with the
. HUUST. - . Prop.
Corner Fourth tnd Locust Streets.
MILITARY ACADEMY ,
A Chrlntlau Family Echool for lloyi I > reiare
orCollozv , Hoientlnj Hih'jol or Ilutlncw. tiuad
to Oupt , BD , N , KIRKTALOOtT.
Morr an t'ark , Cook Co. , 111. , ( or caU'o uu , '
For n tuart | irot n century or moro HostctUr'a
Stnnmuh IMtcn l-ns Ixion the rol-iiiti | rpocllo
torlmllutxtlon , tlyrpppnln , tcr r unit HRUO , n low
11 pliyfclcitl rtimna , Ihcr ooinpl Int R"I | other
dl'rrjcrj , nn I lit li'cn inn t cmpha Ically In-
ilor ud by mcdlc'no inciiai n hcixllh ni d strtngth
'tii-lor.tlM ) It conn orArls n tcudo cti pro-
inivttirn dro y , nnd EUntnlnB and comfotta the
Knr ale by all rjrt ! | glnta and
0 SP1SC11T , - - Proprietor ,
112 Harnoy St. - Oiurlia , Nol ) .
DOHJLER WINDOWS , FINIALS ,
Tin , Irou' and Slats Koofing- ,
Spocht'a Patent Motalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted llatohot Bar
and Bracket Shelving. I am
the cronoral agent for the
above line of goods.
Cresting * , Balustrade * , Verandai.lOfnca and
Dank R lllnRi , Window and Cellar.
Qiiard * ; alto
SIUKSl'Iimo ATfAOIlMKNT-NOT PATENT
Kl ) .
A. J. SJ MPSON ,
1400 and 1411 led o Htrcot ,
aug 7-inu Gin OMAHA , NKII ,
r ? hP08 GOOX
[ fwHl'fil Hi i ? Sf HIIJTB
WI'ASS.I U'V " 'avni ! < ' " " 5
PMffl \ if t' ' > " " " " ° *
utoiUPJ ) ycnuiiiiiimv-
' ' 'rV * ' in i mini anf
kw . -
'snowa U. , Koin ? / Uss ,
New l' t < i'il
I'ncrni t-eniiit uiilr n-il InieivhiiiiiiHiilili' < Tefl
Orlllc" , I--IKI rl v ! > liiir'n-rn lnililnnH
I > N. Nvttlnn V < lv Il"iti r oil mil/J <
Ytot K. Ktv Ha IV I. v Kui ' 'olr.
V Vummur ute tliueo UIOVLX luUluponsa1 *
Theio ceU'brntcd etovoa for Bale by
L'lerey & Hrndfonl Omalm , Neb.
\\Tn y,4-nrl J.ilo Tliue and
W U/I1LUU Troanlieroai
( hi only Ufa nuth0tlr.cil hy bur , aid which will
not lia n "Illoo J and Tiniudur" story , such as lm
koounnlHlll i > a Uabllslioil , liut H true Lllu by
Ilia only p rxou wha In In po dc rloii ol tbo ficts
a Ui hlul anil Jovototl wife , Truth In more
Interesting than fiction. Aiunts aliouM apply
for territ > ry tit ntno. Band 75 cti. for H m-
plo Dook. J , H > flbamtinra 8s. Co. ,
in . * i.l-w.u st tuU. Mo.
TIMKEM-SPRINC VEHICLES otd
4 * .
They purpawallothor.a for oisy riJInc. xtylo
They are for sale by all Loading Oar- , ES
riuge Builders und Dealers throughout ,
SPRINGS , GEARS & BODIES intrr
For Bale by
Henry Timken ,
Patentee indBullder of FlnoCarrU ? i ,
sacxoxrxfii , - - xuco.
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