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I THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA SATURDAY DECEMBER 23
The Oldest Wholesale and
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find all novelties in SIL
VER WARE. CLOCKS ,
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and Choicest Selections in
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Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Famham
1H TOR WKSTI
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Pianos and Organs sold
for cash or installments at
A SPLENDID stock ol
Steinway Chickering ,
Knabe , Vose & Son's Pi
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Also Clough & Warren ,
Sterling , Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Bo
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Mirrors , Bedding , Feathers ,
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MAHUFACTUBEll OF *
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DIRECTORY OF LEAfiiiiG WIESTERi § HOTEL
HOTELS. PROPRLETURS TOWKf
ARLINQTON. J. Q. MclNTIRE , Llncc'n , Nsb.
WEATHERLY HOUSE , A. G. WEATHERLY , Mnnrlng , Iowa.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. C. REYNOLDS , Coon lapld , ow . ,
BARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. GTELLINIU3 Mllford. Neb.
MARSH HCU3E. E. MANS , BROV/N8VILLE N b
COMMERCIAL HOTEL : JOHN HANNAH Qtrorrnburu 116
HALL HOUSE. A. W.IHALL Loulivlllo
CITY HOTEL. OHENEY &QOLARK , Blair , Na .
COMMERCIAL HOTE J. G. MEAD. | Nrllgh , Neb.
QRANn CENTRAL E..SEYMOUR , N bra k OltylMaD
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. U THORP , WeeplnaV/ator.Hi
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE. W.MAYFIELD , Greenwood , N b >
COMMERCIAL HOUSE. E. OTOREY , Olarlnda , town
ENO'O HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Net *
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTCL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUBO , Guide Recd , N ,
OUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER Oreiton , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO.CALPH , Exlra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSe , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la , '
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKEP , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURCES3 , Neola. U ,
OITY HOTEL , Dl A. LLIAM8 , Harlan la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINOB , Corning , la. '
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.IL. AVERY , Stanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL G. W , BURK. BurllngtonJuRMIqr , I
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blmnchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F , M. PARK , Bhenandoah la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLB , Dayld City , Neb
BAGNELL HOUSE , OHAS. BAQNELL , College Bprlnai , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSf , WM. LUTTOH , Vlllltca , la.
JUDKINSHOUSE , FRANK WILKIIISON , Malvcrn , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H. PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B.F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J , 8 , DUNHAM , Clarke , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. GBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & SON , Maryavllle Me
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T , POTTER , Norfolk Junction N b
WIN8LOW HOUSE a. MCCARTY , Seward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONES. Auroar Neb ,
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. ORO2"ER , Sidney , Neo ,
AVOCA EATING HOUSE D. W. POCKriOLD. Avoca'U.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOOKWOOD & SHATTUOK , Red Oak1
FOSTER HOUSE Capt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewli , la ,
WHITNEY HOUSF , E. HAYMAKER. Grltwold , la.
O. L. CHAPMAN , Dunlap , la
LUSK HOUSE. J A. LU6K. Logan , la.
DOW CITY HOUSE , W. H. MORTON , DowClta'la
JAGGER HOUSE , JAGORR& SON , Denlion , la ,
UAUMON 1IOUSK , TAJIA Oll'Y , JA. , Harmon & Kealwr , Pro ? ,
Some Account of the Horooa Who
I orrrjxmdcnpo | KanfMCIIy Jouninl.
Last Sunday I did not po to church ,
as usanl ; a gruvo Iroable brooded over
my mind , and 1 concluded to sock
surcoAno from sorrow in the eolitudo
of Evurgrcou comotcrj- ,
LEAUVILLE'S SILENT CITY or THK HEAD
Instead of the pious platitude * ,
preached over and over again , I pro-
f erred , on this beautiful and sunshiny
Sunday [ morning , to commune tot a
brit f moment with naturoj and draw
lessons of instruction , as well as ro
lled on the vanity of life , which it ,
after all , a Hooting oho IT , from the
stories told on the tombs of Load *
villo's illustrious dead.
In this picturesque plot of ground ,
' beautifully located , and covered with
a luxuriant growth of well trimmed
shade trees , ropcmo the remains of
hundreds of distinguished Londvil-
liana , many ot whom went out of this
wicked world by a forced march , time
not oven being allowed to uio the over
lioro they lay before mo qnito pro
miscuous like , und undisturbed by
thoughts of "bowios" and "Runs , "
and memories of mntlnoea in which
tnoy tcok a brilll ut nui eneanguinod
part.They evidently slept well , for if they
know that a silly youth WAS around
ready to dcbucrato their hat resting
places with lovlty , and cast caus'.ic
comments on their untimely taking
oils , " their b'unoa would fairly rattle in
their cotlins , and I would doubtlots
soon bo strongly encased in some skel
eton's ghastly grip.
With uncovered head I knelt down
before an uncovered shaft , on which
was inscribed those sad , sad words :
"Our Jimmy li In Heaven. "
I say "aad" because if Jimmy ia in
heaven , and proudly wearing impels
plnmos , I don't ' want to go there when
I die not by a row of apple trees.
Jimmy went out of this wild nnd
wicked world in a blaze of flory , with
rod light accompaniments , nnd the cor
oner aaid the following day , that ho
was only able to find eleven bullet
holes in hla Adonis like frame , which
was duly punctured by our patriotic
citizana who preferred that the saintly
Jimmy should leave this earthly ophoro
his career of cruelty having already
caused him , always , howoyor , in the
painful discharge of n doliunto duty ,
to cut short ( ho lives of seven of Col
orado's chief citizana.
A little beyond I noticed n darling
of a grave surmounted by a small
white stone , on which the inscription
"Gono to Join the Angels. "
Lyintr five foot below this comfort
ing nnggoutiou. rested all that was loft
of Jack Murphy , bettor known in this
bailiwick as Doc .Murphy.
The doctor , although his hands
were stained with the blood of n dozen
men , professed to bo an upright
Christian , and took part in various re
ligious exorcises. .Ho was ouo of
those jovial , well fed And rounded out
gentlemen of the border who live by
iheir wits , and would not hcsituto u
moment to down a man to his death
ic u - - .Iraf' ntrtA > - J v _ > i.1 ,
This alleged desciplo of Esculapius
always preserved a polished and
peaceful exterior. Ho looked for oil
the world like an piled and curled
Assyrian bull , and prided himself on
his Apollo-ltko appearance , but he
drew his little "gun" once too often ,
and the clttzanc at once furniuhed the
undertaker with a job. Ho looked
nice in hia ccflln.
Slowly picking my way throngh a
cluster ot bushes I stumbled on a
plain shaft , which bore the words :
"Ho Sleeps Well. "
Hridontly rcfeiring to the Innocent
gentleman beneath. This was the
bold and lamented Bill Brown , hotter
known as "tho bad man from Koko-
mo , " n village up the mountains.
In the heyday of Leadvillo's pros ,
perity , when the great carbonate dis
coveries m do life a fever of excite
ment , Bill Brown swoopnd down on
us like a wolf on the fold , and began
his work of destruction by swinging a
brace of "navies" right and lett , let
ting them "bark" at appropriate in
tervals , to the immediate discomfort
of Eoveral estimable gentlemen , who
wore not desirous of leaving this tor-
restlal ball without making proper
preparation * , and who , if their uplrits
could speak , would not glvo x very
complimentary opinion of the facetious
gentleman who sent them so suddenly
into another world.
The mad career of this hurricane of
wrath , bettor known us Brown , wan
checked short by n valiant knight of
the star , and the "bad man1' was hot-
tied up and placed under the cold ,
The next tombstone that caught my
urgus eye was the one that contained
a long list of virtues inrerlbed on ite
snowy white form , which were evi
dently pofgotssd by the ono whose
name they followed ,
hurst upon us like a brillUnt moteoi
fresh fiom the aorollto regions , ant
concluded to dszz'o the public mint
by the brilliancy ot his actions , and
for a day or two , the etherial visiot
ran things with a hiph hand.
At a necktie sociable hold shortlj
aftcrwardu Mr. McDonald was thi
central figure , nnd lent piquancy an <
Hpice to the festive occasion by th
graceful manner in which ho mad
his sad but unwept exit from thi
world of caro.
What is this I see before me } O ,
the surface of the immuculato marbl
is "sculped" a lamb couchant and
lion rampant. The former ovldontl ;
BS ho is , and the latter to the joyf
Jeff ai ho wan.
In the palmy days of Lcadville
when human life WBS held cheap , am
we had a freeh corpse for breakfw
every .inornint ; , this Bid eyed ma
sauntered through our streets nit
blood on his optics , nnd like "a Hoi
seeking whom ho might devour ,
( Men , women uud even children dl
not ctcApo his terrible wrath , and the
corptes began to pile up thick and
Stepping into the Miners' exchange ,
whore Hilly McArdlc , n well-known
Kansas City boy , was butily cng.tged
behind the bar , the defiant desperado
comnuudud htm to sot up the drink ] ,
Atul ottered to settle the bill by asking
Billy to gtr.j up the dark clumbers of
an ugly nnd murderous looking "oun. "
An altercation followed , the bad nun
otortcd to shuot , but a well directed
bullet from McArdto's pistol laid the
rutlinn at rest.
Retracing my way from the first
milestone in Jill's journryjo hades , I
soon cama actots a tomb on which was
carved the classic narno of
"Samuel Soott. "
. The atory of Sam cau bo briefly
At nn informal notroo in the thun
younn nnd bustling mining ctmp , the
tinisio of the ballots struck up A dead
march , the dance of do.tth began , life's
claret Ihwod freely , nnd S , m nttor
prudently "romoving" oovor.U of the
guests , was indiicroot enough to re
main , whonncnorusof "shooting irons"
sang out In a eu oatluo w.iy , "Don't
you hoar us ehoutlnii ? The good
Lord have mercy ou your soul. " And
as day bognn tu break on the somber.
Boone the sinful spirit of ahppory Sam
Scott was sent a scootiug to the shin
: "Our lAtliR ! ; Died in the Lord. "
decorates the top of the next head
stouo , allttlo dtotanco off Irom the
The gentleman whom the Lord , no-
cording to the story on Iho stone ,
took such n spaclal interest in , waa
"Faro Bill" whoso real name wt\ >
Bill nas u man of versatile talonta ,
and could sing n song , paint a laud-
scape , dnnco n hornpipe , tot typo ,
proacha'sormon , or handsomely decorate -
rate ouo'a oztorior ( as well as interior )
with his little gun , and ho prided him
self : on doing everything with neatness
Stopping into a church ono Sunday
whiio sorviooR wore going ou ho pulled
out a brace of revolvers , oomma'ndod
the preacher to vacate the pulpit , or
dered the congregation to sit perfect
ly ntlll. "Keep your seat * , ladles
and gentlemen , " ho remarked ,
opened the Bible , selected a
text , and for half an hour
sermonized to the affrighted andionce
on the wickodnosi of the world In
general , and of Loadvllloin particular.
Although hia ideas occasionally got
jumbled , nnd hit-English was not of
the very best , norao u ( the unwilling
listeners tell mo that his harangue was
ono of Uio boat ho over heard , aud the
revolvers , lying peacefully on either
aide of the good book , lout an entranc
ing effect , and combined with thn
characteristic costnmo of the "ct > oek } '
desperado , throw n halo of glory
around the scuno.
But Faro Bill finnlly mat his Water
loo. Whllo thla y-iiuig theological
student , who gloried that ho had
eighteen notches in his gun , inclining
thtit tunny men that he Imd wantonly
muiddrcd , waa bonating of hia ox-
ploito , the city marshal who had long
buon looking for him , drew a bead on
the ruilhn and sent him to the happy
hunting grounds. Ho ia now doubtless -
loss playing Devon up for the drinks
with the late lamented God'n man
( Guitcau ) in one of the coolest corners
uf the internal regions.
greeted my eye next. Whether this
wss the celebrated "Mono that run
with the hose , " I am unnblo to otato ,
but here itt the place where the re
mains of Isaac Abnunn sleep their lust
Ike wflh a "follow of infinite jest , "
nd junt for the fun of the thing ho
nnctured the persons of several in-
.ocont bystanders , on the avenue ono
ay , with delicate pistol ball holes ,
'jint ' to BOO "cm iqulrm"ns ho re
marked before hu passed in his
hocks. Other people , however ,
ouid not BOO it in the eitmo light , and
.hoy put a fell ntop to his tragic obul-
itiona of wit by placing a permanent
eriod to the imnuculato Ike's infa
"titled n tour ( or our
1'ur he died an bo lived a good
osccratod , I might say , the virgin
urity of the next tomb which riveted
: ny attention.
Yes , I will reserve ono or two huge
rocodilo tours , dripping with brine ,
or the Christian desperado that lays
oneath this ( hunting lie.
Diok Dunlap was indeed " .is wild a
mannered mau ns ever scuttled n ship
r cut a throat. " His whole career
'as ' red with the blood of Innocent
non , and , when his scarlet course
amo to an abrupt nnd beneficial end ,
, ho town , wicked as it was , drew a
igh of relief.
Jlo wan making a great hullababoo
it a ouloou ono ( Icy of the number of
ion ho had laid low , and the num-
ier of susceptible maidens ho had
laptivatod by his personal magnetism ,
when Bowio-knifo Dil ) , who lay gently
noozing in the corner of the room ,
iwoko trom his innocent slumber nnd
keeping ono eye open and hia hand ou
Ills belt , overheard the tale of his
rinison conquests nnd the sweet story
if his amorous adventures , and , either
or the benefit uf the community In
general , or to kill til'a hatred rival ,
Bill drew his gun from his belt , imd
quick as ( Ush sent ft bullet crusting
tnrough Danlap'n brain.
J. OILFOSI ) DE 1I.VVKN
was the proud poaseBsor ( if the next
piece ot ground wjsording I ? the words
on the tablet.
Do Haven wan a tenderfoot reporter
who came out here from Now York
during the fltuH diys of the camp.
Ho parted his hair , aJ well ae his
name , in the middle , nnd , being a
pandiliod young mm , h < > strutted
around in R pluj- hat , a md necktie ,
and an ImmuouUto pair of cuili , Of
course he had other wearing apparel
or ho would catch cold , but hero wuro
five fatal cfTensis of which the fresh
young man from G4'ja ' - was guilty.
A storm of indignation K-gm t j brow ,
and ho was wajnod bv tl > CIIIKBIIS to
ba on the looktut , 'Jli'-y ' wore- simply
waiting for another raah outbreak be
fore pulling oq Uio screws.
OIIB cvoninp The Uhrunlclo came
ont with a sentimental article begin
ning us followa : "Tho ta" lievel
ehono so brilliantly in the hctxvons at
they did on the beautiful tnoonlluhl
night , oto. " But this WAS too much ,
oven for Lcadvillo , nnd n circlet ol
hemp was plncod nround the young
man s soft and tender neck nnd his
gentle spirit was wattod to another ,
nnd perhaps n better climo.M.
M. M. F.
"Completely prontrattd for days with
Indlgotlon Mid billon * Cover. The f flectn
of two Ixittlrn of llurtoek lllowl Jlitttrt
n tonllic < l me : vi'lbln improvement tight
ell" Mr. N > h lUtfu. Klmlris N. Y.
Hornford'n Aclil Photplinto for
Du. WM. I' . GLUTHIEll , Bnffrtlo ,
N. Y. , says ; " 1 proscribed it for n
Catholic priest , who was n hard
student , for wakefulness , extreme
nervousness , etc. . and ho reports it
has boon of croat benefit to him. "
Bnoklln'a Arnion , tfnlvo.
Tht ) DIRT SALVB In the world for Out * ,
Boren , Ulcon , Salt Hhcum , Fe
ver Horo' , Tcttor , Chipped Hnntln , Chll
Oorno , nud nil skin cniptlunn , and
; > o ! Uvey ) cures ; ) lltn. It U gunrAUtccd to
jrlva tallifnctfon i tr * a y refunded ,
Prlco , Wi couU per ct , or t< by 0 ,
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept , because of
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves , and
desolation , strife and un-
hnppincss into so many
ic tonic , made in Baltimore ,
Mil. , by the Drown Chemical
Company , who nru old drug
gists anil in every particu
lar reliable , will , liy rcnfov-
ing the craving appetite of
the drunkard , and liy curing
the nervousness , weakness
and general ill health result
ing from intemperance , do
niorc to promote temperance ,
in the strictest sense thin
any other means now knutvn.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines ,
ing butcheap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with BROWN'S
IRON BITTERS. It is a medi
cine , a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous ,
muscular , and digestive or
gans of the body , produc
ing good , rich blood , health
and strength. Try one bet
tle. Price jsi.Oo.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURED
No oUirr dUenoo in no prevalent in Uil
country ft * Cotutljiatloti. and no remedy
o line ever ( luillod Uio oelobratod KIDNEY
\VOItl1 ni a euro. WJmtover tlio caune
Uowcvtr utotlnnto tlio cai > o , thla remedy
u ) vrlll ovcroomo It.
r RI rjrOS THIS dlBtremlnu com
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V/ort ntnnstlicsa the wcnUcnrd pnrti am
qiilokly cum nil kJndi of rjloo even when
u pliyiilclnna tinU nmlidnoa Jiiivo licforo fall
cd. tTTJf yuu have cither of thrun
FAST TIME I
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8TKWAItT l BTKI'IIKNSON.
Sola VroprUtori , Uuuha llouso,0mih , Neb
Officer fc Pusey , Dr.ltlce , Dr. Mnney , Fuller'
Council Illufli , Io a.
Uu office , Oniab Neo.
'A. ' M. CLARK ,
D ALB & BE TAIL
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Corn Planters nrrrowB.Farm Rollom
Hultey Hay Hnkoa , BuoKot UUoyatltiK
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HI ) .
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nog 7-mo 6m OMAHA. , NKB.
Sioux 0115 & ftuafii
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Council mutts to St. Paul
Without Gh nc Time , Only IT Hour )
2LOO MILES "niEBuaoaTE < i HOOT ;
TO OX. PAUL. MUJNEAPOUOon HTCWAUO
, , - Autoro llo Alr-braks ami nu ;
Platform Oonplor nail BuCor : ind for
SPKZD , BAJK7y AHD COMrOHS
ll UuicrpMaod. Pnllrain PiJ eo clcupluv O *
ran through H'lTUOUT OUAWan botMTCn Kn
t CltytnJ Ui. P nl , vU Coaocl. L'laltu M
Trklnnlu\va Lnlon I'ncISc Trmilor nt OCDJ
ell Blula , at 7:30 ) ) . m. Jnily on frhnl i Ktnn
City , Bt Jufiopb ami Conorll ItluSf liuln ( ro :
tbeHoath. ArrHn ! nl Cioni City 11:10 : ] f. m ,
> ad at Ihitlfott Union pipe At Hi. l' ul a. lll ;
TEN noana is AnvAwon cy JUTT oioxi
Kotrri ; .
OTRem DJb r la tabtni ; thn Slcin City Kn
nitt alTirou li Trkla. ThciOlurd-jt
bo CJuiultcniTlrno nj a Cocifortthlo KIJj In Ib
fhrouzb C rn butunoo . *
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f you wo prontratoJ with lick llo&dacho , take
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( your lion oil are dlaordcrml , roKulate them will
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UUUDOCK ULOOD IHTTEIIS ,
I you bare Indl tttlon , yon will find an antldoU
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f your Llvtrli torpid , restore It to healthy action
with IlUllbOCK I1LOOD BnTEIlS
I your I.lvcr U afloitcd , you will flnd a mire're <
toratlv u In 1IU11UOUK BLOOD IlirrEllS.
< you h v any Bpcclo ol Humor or Pimple , ( all
not to tale DUHDOCK Ht.OOD IIHTKIIS.
I you have any Ryiiiptaiua ol Ulccra or Hcrotuloui
lores , a curatlm rumojy will bu found Ib
11UHDOCK WLOOD llHTEna
For Imparting rtrcngth and vitality to the ty
teiq , nothluf iMicxiual
UUIIDOCK DLOOD liHTUtS.
'or Jfcivoiuand Otncral Debility tone up tht
) Btcn > Hlth BU11DOCK DLOOD B1TTKU8
Price l,00 per Bottle ; Til UottlcilOOtl
FOSTKB , MILBUEH , & Do. , Props ,
BUFTAiO , H , Y.
ocdoiiu Bold at wholtule by lib * UOI&hon andO.
ALL TRUE FELLOWS
Worthily point to the
AJI an nttlclo of such rnro unit excwdlns merit ft
diicr ft placs on in cry stJctoord ,
ASoolnl Qlcui of Hub PanokW
most wetcomo necessary of friendly Intcrcoureo
peculiarly acceptable at partial. Uncork , on
tla ready. Punchc * brewed at request ar fa
behind It In flavor.
GKtcd orators never tllcloM
Thb rral wurcu whence their eloquence flow *
Dellcva me , It comra , alter dinner or lunch ,
From a flowing bowl of OKAVES' HUH PUNCH
The mime and title "HUD PUNCH" la adop
ted naatndo mark. All iinauthorliixl use of
this trade mark will be promptly progoctitotl.
O , II. dllAVES&SONS , BOSTON , MASS.
The "HUB PUNCH" U Mid by a'l loading f ra-
Trade tupplicdat Manufacturert prita
by3f. A. .1/cA'amnrn. Omaha. Fa-milUt
tupplitd ly A. II. Oladitone. Omaha , Jfcb.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Gompany
HASTINGS , NED.
Capital Stook , - - $100,000.
JAS.B. IIKARTWKLT * , President.
A. L. CLAHKK , Vlco-1'rctldcnt.
B. 0. WhlMTKK , Truoaurcr
lainuol Alexander , Oswald Ollv.r ,
A. I. . Clarke. , K. 0. Webster ,
Quo. II. Pratt , Jo * . U. Ucattwull ,
First Mortgage Loans a Specialty
This Comjwny furnishes a permanent , homo
tribtltutlon where School Uondn And other U-Kallj-
lamiod Municipal hccurltlca ot Kcbrnska con bei
ho ncgotlntou on the moat favorable terms.
Loins made na Improvivl ( arms In all well settled ,
counllt-aol thuetaU3 , through responsible
0 , SPEOHT , Proprietor.
1212 Harnay St. - Omrlia , Koli.
DORMER WINDOWS , F1KIAL8 ,
Tin , Iron nnd Slate Koofing ,
Spocht'o Patent Motalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted Ratchet Bar
nnd Bracket Shelving. I am
the ( loneral agent for the
above line of gooda.
Orottlnj * . Dalu tmdos , VernndMonu | * an/
Uar.tt RalllcRi , Window nnd OollnrJ
Qunrcft ; alio
OENKRAf. A KN
And ill older ( or Fill Planting. LargoU aaeorl *
merit over thown In Chtcajro.
Illiutratud CaUlogiio free. Hond ( or It.
Hiram Sibley & Co. ,
200-200 Randolph St. ,
J. R BOUSES & CO.
'L. ' Sommers & Go's
iND DEALERS IN
Fruits , Nuts and Cigars.
Ill S I4th St.
OMHA - - SEE
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Tin most centr ll- located hoUl la the city ,
Koomi JCc , 91,00 , it.CO and 13.00 per day.
Klrnt Cli&a KiuUurnut connected with the
.HURST. - - Prop.
Corner fourth nJ Locait Strata.
Jhe Story of tne Sowing MaoWno ,
A bandtomo llltls pariiFlilel , bluitacd rol
COT * with nameroui tnnnrlnct , wlllb
la uv aaall penon eUUcu ( or II , al any btaach
or uUofflco ol The Sluzer UaonlaciQifaz Con-
, 01 will bo icot D > mall , poil paid. U
anyptnon Urine at dlit nceliomoniomcti
Pilnctpr ! Office , ti Union Cqua. ' I
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