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KVN'S ' IRON BITTERS
arc the worst case
r ill insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion ,
Cures general debility , and
gives a new lease of life ,
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrveSjCnrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness , wakefulness -
fulness , and lack of energy
Keeps off all chills , fevers ,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid. .
j-W lker St. , Baltimore , Dee. it8r.
For ill yean I lute been a great
luflcrer from lllood Dlteaie , lys *
o debilitated that I could not retain
anything on my itomach , in fact ,
life hail attnoit Lecoma a Inirten.
Finally , when liope had almost left
me , m huiband leeing DROWN'S
IRON BiTTBnt advertised In the
paper , induced me to give It a trial
1 nm now talelne the third bottle
and have not felt to well In lie
years as 1 do at the present ti
Mr . L. F. Gx
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
will have 'a better tonic
effect upon any one who
i needs "bracing up , " than
' any medicine made.
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANS
11EADQUAUTKUS TiPT : OK TIIKPLATTF,1) )
C'lllXC ( JUAHTKRMAtTlll'H Onll K. [
OMAHA , Nan , Match 6 , 1HSJ. ' )
SKALEI ) I'UOI'OSAI.8 , In trip Icato , mi Joct
tltliousml con Itlons , will bu roitUuil at ilili
oince until 1J o'cloC * noon , on TliiirnUiy , April
f.th , 1 ( < 83 , or at the mme hour ( allowing fr the
clllTmice in time ) , at tlio olllco ot the 1) ) > ot
QuartcrniMVtK at Choiclitia uncl O dcn , atulitch
jiliccs and tlino til will bonptrned In tin a nc ol
the bldd n , for the wauon tramp rta Ion' ( Mlll <
larj'Btupiles < n tliolnllowltiKiltseibed Woiitrsln
thtj JJcpiitmcnt of the 1'Utic , ilur tig the llnca !
sear commencing July lot 188J , and cnil.ng Jum
r om Sidney , J cbroHkn , to Kort HoWrHin
> romChoyenno Don't , WjornmirTerritory ,
to Fort * Laramlo and McKlnnuy , Wjxmlnij Ttr
rltory.from Jlock Creek Htatton , U. P. Railway , tc
Fort McKlnney. Wyom'njr. Territory.
From Kort Hrcd , Hteclo , W > om ngTcrrltcry ,
to Fort Waaliaklft. Wyumlnif Tortltlry.
Krjra Pa k City. Utah Torrlt > iy , or froit
itttlon on the main lino. Un'on ' I'Acllic llalhv * )
to FortThornbu g\i \ , Utah Torrlio-y ,
Vr.poiali lor transportation on any or ft'I o
the abivx name I Itoutei will b receive. ! .
The Goternmont rescues the rliht | to icjcc
ny or I1 propo aU
Each propos .1 iru t bo h tilnlluite , icpa'atc
or etch route , and accompanied by a bond In thi
turn of fy ) hundred ilouara ( | 100) ) , cxccuto ,
trlctly In accird nc with Uio uilntoJ Inltruc
tlonr , and upon the blank form f uinUhed undei
thli trtlscmcnt , guaraitcolni ? thntlhepartj
miking the prop > al shall not wlihdrawthe .ami
within sixty dai fr > m the data announced foi
openlocrth m ; and that If laid proposal li accer
t < l and a contract f .T the service bid for award
d thereunder , ho will , withm ten dayi aftei
being not fled rf t award ( pratMod suth no I
flcatlonbo mtdo within the ilxtf days abe i
mentioned ) accept the same and furnish uond ant
utllclrnt suretlo' , at once , Icr the faithful per
lormance of the contract.
Blank proposals , Ion of contioct , and pilntei
clrcnluM ittt ing the estimated iiutitlllrsofsup | <
pllci tobe tianspntcu , and giving full Inlnrma
lion as to the nmn'.cr ot blud'ng ' , conditions ti
bo obiervotl by bidden , and terms of contracl
and payment , wl I be furnlshrd on pp katlon t <
till ) office , i r to tha i IHc-n of the Depot Quarter
miater at Ctio > enno and Ogdo .
Env- lopes contain ng propiialf ihould b
tnaiked : " Proposals ) for Iran nortatlon ( recto
to . "
JOHN V. rilftKY ,
Capt. and Arst , Quuterrduter U 8. A.
nim Ct In charge Chi lj. M. Olllce.
.Alftnt' ' 0' the Life , Tlmei
be only life authoilied by her and which wll
not be a "lllood and Thunder" story , such M ha
been and will be pul I lined , but a tiuo life by th
only person who Is In poscsslon of the ( acts
faithful and devoted wife. Truth Is more ntci
eating thvi flcilon. A irentl should apply 01 toi
litory at onco. Be 7G cts. for Sample booh
. J n ObnxnbfiroA : Oa
mo-eoJ-iw-e ht.l.ooia Ma'
Every Corset IB warranted satisfactory -
factory to its \rearor in every way ,
or tha money will bo refunded , by
the PCTBOU from w liom It was boufibt.
TbaonlrOonetpronounoed by our leadlnv iJliTilcta :
n Injuriou * tn thewenrtir , widcndureeO liy lullM i
t& " moil comt ortable aotl pu-fect OUlue Conut IT
( Kwltli PreMerrlae , 1.60. Htir.AJJii.tlnB , (1.1
Allomtoal ( extra bcttTr ) B.OO. Nurtlna , 1.C
( Una i-oatll ) 8.00. l'arajt <
Hklrt-HupporUnc , 1.0O.
tllT ule br leadlnc ItcUU t ) ltr CTCr/wher
OUICAQO COIISHX 0 , , CUlCuto , UL
Sencl,81 , 82 , 83 , o
35 foxa nuiuplu ro
tall box by
America , put up Ii
exant buxvo. uui
rlftly pure. Sr.Itn
ulofrtr nn-HciitH. fjt
PITHS rlinrct'H < lBHt
Hcferu to nil C'hlca
RO , Try It jue'e ;
BiZARBG BOSTON BEAUTIES ,
Somooffclio Soorots Revealed by
the Camera in a Ladies'
Photograph Oallery ,
High-Tonod Belles Photo-
In'apbed a la Qroek Slave
and Voaus Hieing
froni the Bath.
Tka Riga for Piotnrt In Draxaatlo
Co tnmPrivate Oolleo-
tloni of the Bemntiefr
Doiton Cerreipondence of the Plcneer Prwi.
"If I glvo yon a few spicy faota concerning -
corning a clover woman's scheme to
make an honest dollar yon will keep it
dark , won't you ? " said a photographer
to mo the other day. "Of course , " I
replied "newspaper men always ko * > p
things as dark ns printer's ink will
make them. Olvo me the 'horrible
details.1" "Weil , to benln with , Boston -
ton la aa llvo a place and contains as
many smart men'and women aa any
city in the country. It la a 40 degree-
bolow-x.iro-day when oho can't hold up
her end in the sensation lino. Borne
two'monthn ago I was engaged by a
charming young lady , who is us bright
as the now 5 cent pleco and much bet
ter made , to glvo her practical initruo
tlons in the mysterious art of photog
raphy. She was quick to losrn , and
after a few trials could adjust the
camera atand , focus correctly , wear
that omniscient look characteristic
of the 'photo man,1'and could
warble off 'raise your chin a
little. That's it. Turn your head
more to the right. Not ao much.
There , that will do. Don't raise that
loft shoulder BO high. Keep your
month closed , please. Fix your oyea
on thla corpor here , and keep them
there. Yon may wink , but don't
move. Notr put on a pleasant ozpren-
sion. Smile a Ilttlo. Not BO much.
Steady now , don't move , ' in trno pro
fessional stylo. . Bat that was ( U far as
she could go. The developing room
was too much for her. The chemical
baths mixed her all np , and after nho
had made several ( grand failures , she
declared that oho didn't want to know
anything about those 'nasty things. '
She become a valuable assistant , how
ever , on camera work. Whoa funny
mothers came m with their equalling
and homtily kldo , she potted them aud
ploasod'tho mothers by going into
ucstacion over thu cunnlno ; and pretty
Ilttlo darlings. ' I always hated to ooo
mothers with their children oomo into
my gallery. Thoyaro tuch nuisances.
You never can satisfy them , Ono day
my pupil informed mo that oho had
lourncd enough of photography for her
purpose , and intended to start into the
'biz' herself. She then unfolded hoi
Ilttlo Bohcmo , which I Instant
ly saw would bo a paying
ono. Ilor idea was , to open
a gallery exclusively for ladies , and
cater to the natural vanity of her sex.
No gentlemen were to bo admitted ,
and she and a lady assistant were tc
ran the place. She wanted some one
to take charge of the developing room
and , a she oould not find a fomah
coinpatont to do so , offered mo the po
ftitiou , which I accepted , business bo
log dull. A charming Ilttlo atudli
was fitted up la a swell front house 01
Beacon street , which was well locate <
for the purpose , having a sldo entrant
away from the frequented street
Elegant furniture was provided , coitlj
carpets covered the floor , rare paint
Ings adorned the walls , and marbli
statuettes of the female dlvlnd ornamented
monted the atelier and gave tone ti
the surroundings. I was placed In ai
adjoining room out of sight , but K
wasnft long before I found a way o
seeing what was going on without being
ing soou. And such sights why , ]
wouldn't exchange my place for thi
presidency of the United States
Business was good from the very start
Word was given to the society belles
and it is now the fashion to vlsi
msdamo's ( French , you know , take
better ) and bo
riiotooiuruED AH ONK'H FANCY on
"No doubt some very charming pic
tn'res are taken , " I ventured to hint
"Yes , especially thooo of young In
dies who think their personal charm
rival those of Venus. It is astonish
Ing haw far young ladles considers
modest will uo to satisfy their vanltj
The beautiful daughter of a million
aire banker called at the ntudio In he
carriage laat week and had 'photo ,
taken of herself which I inn sure sh
would not like her parents to soi
She was n Ilttlo timid at first , ( bt
finding only ladies present oxprosse
the desire to have hur face and but
taken In statuesque stylo. The rla
silk basque was taken off , the othc
clothing thrown aside , and she ntoo
a Ilttlo shamefaced before the earners
She was given an artistic position , an
a charming picture was the res nil
She was extremely pleased , and Is no'
a regular customer.
' Do they over go further tha
that ? "
"Quito often. There Is one sweetlj
shaped maiden , of good family , wh
Is almost a mono-maniac on the sal
jeot of her form , and she has goo
reason to bo proud of her charms , fc
a more beautifully formed woma
would bo hard to find. Her arms wer
finely moulded , the snowy white but
Is perfect in contour , the waist oharrx
ing In outlines.and the limbs aa syn :
metrical and fall as Dame Natur
could make them. Hero Is a form fc
poets , painters and sculptors to g
wild over. She delights in full longt
"photos , " and is not at all chary c
ajsumlnt ; the delightfully airy coi
tumos , which it is said , Mother Ev
was accustomed to In the Garden c
Eden. 8h Is perfect In posing , ha >
ing made that art a study , aim c < i
assume the most artistic attitude
Her favorite representation is that i
t'.io Greek slave , and she bag dozens c
pictures taken in that graceful poeltlo
In her private album , Another Is the
of tbo birth of Venus ; and I think !
ts the best , her voluptuous charm
ehowhig to great advantage. Thoi
are many other ways in which she !
pictured in fact , whenever sh
thinks of a now subject for repreaei
tfttlon , she Immediately has A piotni
" 1 p&pposa most of tho.fair sex ar
moVe modest ? "
"Yes , a Ilttlo. Perhaps the tllllet
of morals Rro thoio who desire tc lee !
ko some actress they have soon and
dmlrod. They como by the dozens ,
1th the Idea that it they dross like
ho actress and assume a similar posl-
on , they will make fine pictures. The
omolloat of girls labor under this
&llncinotion principally , and madame
nda It hard woik to aatlify them ,
orao want to bo photographed like
x > Ua , in a short dress and hood ,
Inging her legs from a hammock in
blob she is titling. Mary Anderson
also greatly copied. 'It is the fo < nl-
Ino opinion hero that there is no one
ko her , and her pictures have a great
ale. 1 don't know of an actress who
as been more extensively photo-
; raphed than she , . Ladies visit the
tndlo every d y and ask to bo taken
ko Miss Anderson as Julia or some
ither character. Some of them brln
or photographs with them and others
o not. In order to glvo these.
BTAOE BtnUOK BOSTOK BEAUTIES
choice , a selection of all the prin *
pal female stage celebrities , from
Irs. Langtry and Bornhardt downjto
laude Branscombo and Dolly Adams ,
provided by madame , and hangs on
ho wait Speaking of the Brltlih
) oauty , at the time aho was here all
ho belles of Beacon street bad their
Ictnres taken as near like the Jersey
illy as possible for the sake of com-
larison , there being a great , jealousy
ixclted among them concerning her
ilalms for good looks. Nearly all
hose to bo represented like Mrs.
iangtry In full evening dress , and I
must Bay that many of them , In my
pinion , surpassed her In point of
leanty , A few cf the girls select
jydla Thompson , Fannlo Louise
Baklngham and Pauline Matkham as
labjecta to Imitate. There is some-
.hlugabou ; flesh-colored tights and
itago tinsel that fascinates society's
potted darlings , and they all have a
burning desire to bo photographed In
a costume which will show their shape
, nd still be within bounds of decency.
But somehow or other there Is a great
disparity between their lower limbs
and these of the actresses. These of
he latter olwaja look plump and
pretty , while those of the former are
mall , though shapely. To make up
ho deficiency roauame furnishes calf
and thigh padr , which fill out the
"orra and make it look quite sym
"Madame la very thoughtful , issho
"It Is for her advantage to bo. Her
patrons como to her with a certain pic-
uro In their minda of how they want
.o appear in the phnto , and unless thojr
dca IB carried out fully they are dts-
atlsfied. She pleases their vanity in
every way , and thereby gains and
keeps custom. Her aneiitant was for
merly a stago-drcKBor , and nho thor
oughly knows her business. She is
ikro oj the great value of the paint
box , and before the subject postures
ii front of the camera , oho artiscally
darkens the eyebrows , whltons beneath -
noath the eyes , marks out wrinkles ,
nd fixes thu corners of the mouth to
make it look small. She then does up
the hair as it should bo done , and after
the fitlr damsel has encased herself In
ights she POBOS her gracefully and cor
rectly. A good picture Is then gener
ally token. "
"Do. young ladies biing their own
costumes ? "
"Somo do , bat the most of them depend -
pond upon madamo. She keeps a
largo stock on hand of the popular
dresses and costumes , for the use oi
.which she charges extra. She keepi
jewelry also , such as fancy gold watch
chains , rings , diamond brooches , pearl
earrings , cosily bracelets , etc , , beside
a thousand and one other female orna
ments. In order to provide correct
classic costumes for those who want tc
bo taken like Mary Anderson , the
madame engaged a woll-knowa artlsl
of this city to design half a dczan foi
their use at great expense. "
"What else ic there now anc
novel ? "
"Thoro is something the madami
has Introduced , which is worthy o
mention , and that is
TIIK 'BROOK raoxo. '
You are probably awaro. that the ma
jotlty of the opposite BOX are undul ;
vain of the trlmness of their ankles o :
of the rotundity ana ontlino of thoi :
loiror limbs , The photo presents i
scene of a wooded background , whili
in the foreground Is what looks like i
running brook , with mossy banks
The subject to bo photographed 1
dreuod aa a country lass , and is rep
resented with outstretched foot am
dress drawn up as if to protect it fron
the water below , about to stop acre as
This makes a very pretty pic
tnro , and gives an opportunity for tin
display of the nether extremity , whiol
is usually clad in the latest style o
fltotklng. The madame always keep
a litrgo stock'of fancy hoolory on hand
mid sonic of her selections are nerfuc
"Do any professional women pat
ronlza the place ? "
"Yes , a few , Once in a while thi
local actresses visit the madame's
There are several professional model
who are photographed frequently
They are cold-blooded , mattor-of-fao
women , who think no moro of atti
tndinlzlng before the camera will
nothing on on , not even a blush , thai
they do of eating their dinner. Ii
fact it ii a bread and butter sfUl
with them. They send their picture
to the artists and sculptors in the oil
with their terms for posing , just as w
would send our basinets cards. Thor
Is ono pretty little woman about twor.
ty , who is In the strangest of profai
sions. She is the possessor of a but
that is nncqualod in all the city f
beauty , Otherwise she Is oommor
place. For a consideration sh'o allen
the theatrical photographers of th
city to 'take' her bust and allow It
transfer , by means known to the bus !
nets , to the faces and bodies of th
pictures of actresses who are deficlen
in that respect. Pads cannot bo use
for bare busts , so she gets considers
bio work. The madame is very
OAUEFUL AH TO WHOM SHE ADMITS
tc her studio , as only the custom o
the respectable and wealthy Is desired
The pictures are shown only arnon
intimate friends , and are rarely eve
soon by masculluo eyes. I have got
splendid art gallery , however , myself
and ono vhlch soiro people in thi
city would give thousands not to hav
placed on exhibition. "
"Have women any other freaks am
fancies concerning this .picture bus )
"Lots cf them , Why , I could givi
you enough Interesting facts to fil
columns , The fashionable women o
this city jnit no * have a craza fo
keeping photographs of every nev
dre-ea they have. Special albums fo
these pictures are kept , and 'photos'
are exchanged , Of course there Is
iostouiy and rivaly regarding the num
bcr and elegance of their drosses. QJO
lady , a well-known leader of society ,
recently spent a whole aftornoonot the
raadamo's , being photographed with
her new dresses on ana all that she
could borrow from frlonds and from
the madame , Ooples of these pictures
wore to bo sent to a rival In another
part of the city , and It was expected
that she would be annihilated. Many
matrons , with babies which they think
are perfect little angels , bring their
cherubs to madame to bo 'taken' as
clotholess as when they were born.
Those pictures , showing the charms of
the Innocent ones , are sent to loving
relatives and kept as heirlooms nntil
the orlglualhasblossomod Into woman
"Does the madame take pictures by
the electric light I"
"Not yet , but she will shortly. It
U expected that ladles o'ad In ball rai
ment will drop in to bo photographed ,
and that it will become qnlto popular
with them. "
"Tho madnrno must got good pay
for her work ! "
"Bho gets fabulous prices iomo-
mes , and largo ones always. It was
happy idea and an original ono , and
will make her a rich woman in a few
Change of Mind-
I declined to insert your advertise
ment of Hop Bitters last year , bo-
auso I then thought they might note
o promotlvo of the cauao of Temper
.noo . , bat find they are , and a very
aluablo medicine , myself and wife
laving boon greatly benefited by them ,
nd I take great pleasure in making
hem known ,
REV. JOHN SEAMAN ,
Editor Home Senlintl , Af tonN. Y.0
BA'Y CITY , Mich. , Feb. 3,1880.
I think It my duty to Bond yon a
recommend for the benefit of any per-
ion wishing to know whether the Hop
Bitters nro good or not. I know they
, ro good for general debility and Indi
cation ; strengthen the nervous sys
tem and make now life. I recommend
my patients to nso them.
DR. A. PRATT ,
Telegraph Wiroa Abroad.
'London ' Tiutb.
The telegraph wires which are dr
ied over the tops of houses in Lon
don and other largo towns have lately
'ncreased in number to such an extent
hut it socins highly desirable that
omo supervision should bo exercised
ivcr the farther development of this
ipoclcs of commaniciUoa. A gale of
wind or a heavy snow storm may any
day bring down & number of theco
wires and the towers and chimney to
which they are attached. There are
pvor a thousand lu ono city street. It
's well to remember that a snapped
wire would cut a man's head off. In
wintrj" weather people walk about
, he streets In moro Imminent peril of
heir lives than if they were in the
midst of the Atlantic. In Germany
an elaborate system of eubtorrcanoiu
telegraphs has been completed at a
cost of nearly two millions. The wires
extend from Konlgiborg to Strasburg ,
* rom Aix-ia Ohapollo to Thorn , and
rom Linden to Broalau , and con
nect nearly 250 towns. In
Russia , the government Is
actively engtgod in carrying out a
similar arrangement , and although we
have happily no need to regard the
exigencies of war , yet , considering
) he Impossibility of protecting wires
from irjtnry or destruction by storm )
and the peril in which they plscc
those who pass under them , it might
be well for the government to considei
whether the time has not arrived tc
cirry out similar arrangements al
homo. Of course , a larga outlay wonlc
be necessary , but , in the end , it woulc
bo an economy. The difficulty in the
way of farther expenditure is that the
taking over of Ihe telegraph wires b ]
the government was a gigantic pnblli
robbery , in which many shared. Thli
also prevents the cost of tolegrami
being reduced to GJ. The depirtmen
is expected to pay on a capital whicl
Is about double the real worth of iti
assets. They ought to bo valued , anc
then we should know whotho'r tele
graphy can bo carried on at a profit oi
a reduced char en.
DDUKEE'H SALAD DKEBSINQ is com
posed of the freshest , purest ant
choicest condiments money will bay
It surpasses any that can be made a
home , Is cheaper , saves labor and al
Money fur the Unmarried-
One of the moat solid and subatantia
institutions in tills country in the Mai
ringo Fund and Mntunl Trust Association
of Cedar Rapldi , Iowa. They are organ
Ized uuiler thu laws of Iowa , and heir ol
ficcrs and directors are among the lendiu ;
nod most prrmliieut buslcosa men ot Ceda
Hauids. Every unmarried person shouli
have A certificate in this association.
It Is n splendid investment , as eafo ai
government bond. You can juitaa wel
have a Rood turn of money to ccmmenc
married life on aa not. A Urge number o
members have been pnldoll , receiving vo
000 per cent on their iaveattnent. tVrlt
for cironUrs fully detailing the plan , whlcl
M the fine t known , D.t not postpone It
Good agent * wanted. Mention where ycr
e w this notice. 15-Sm.
BRID G E PROWS ALS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Boar
ot Count ; Commissioners of C ge county , Neb ,
lor Ihe erection ot a bridge acroea thelgBlu !
river upon f Ither one of thi wo on roads leadln
eoattroin the town of Wyraor , Gige count )
Neb. , nnd ver and * cros uld river , bald brldj
to be one hundred and Dlty ( ICO ) feet loutr , ui
to h > a either pilea , stone , or Iron piers.
Also for the erection of a bridge , suitable to th
place , acrcos Indian Creek , on the line betwre
sections twenty-nine ( M ) > nd < hlrty (30) ) , abov
one mile southwest of Wymore , Ooga count ]
Web. Low bridge at this place preferred.
Alsoabildg * across Turkey Crcvk , southeu
of UeWltt , Nib , , to replace the old one now I
use.All hr'drcs ' to be ot wood , Iron or comblnatloi
All b dsto bt accompanied by plans and spec
ncitons.to be scaled and filed wuh tha Connt
Cltrk on or before 12 o'clock noon , March Sutl
The Coramlwloncrii r.feno the right to rcjc <
y and all tldi. Successful bidders will bo n
u ml to gho bond for the faliliful ) 'crforuian <
( f thilrcontract
Uy orde 11 the Ccuoty O'nimtolonen.
, . --x , A. J. 1'EIHOUD ,
j RIUL. ! County Cleik.
l r ' lleatilss Feb. > J 1S83 me-d 4
QULU MKUAU , i'All 8 , Ib7
Warranted Absolutely pur
Cocoa , from whlci tbeeicei
of oil n > 8 bean rf moved. It hi
three times the strength <
Cocoa mlxtd Klin Htucfi , Ai
row Hoot or Sugir , and Is tl r <
fort f r more e onomlcal. It 1
Jollcloui , nourbhlng , atrenrtt
cnlncr , easily dlgott J , aid ac
ulribly adipted for lnr Ida i
well M for persons In heillh.
Sold by Qrocers Everywher
WlBAKEE&OoDoroli8Stor. , Mae
HOUSES AND LOTS ,
No. ID Full otaqd now house3f rooms , t o
clew and ono up stairs. Kliiht foot celling be'ow '
, nd t oi en abate. IJrlck foundation , cellar , etc.
' bargain , fCOO.
No. 18 Large two etory house , 10 rooms , two
largo cellars , good wetland cistern , barn , etc. , on
iV > lister and Z2d street , $ c,000.
No 17 Lot D0xt85 feet , new house of two
ooma brick foundation 100 barrel cistern .on
Ininllton street near 1'oor ClaroCom cnt ) ' f.
No. 1C House aud lot on 17th near Cla k St.
ouso D room * etc. 31200.
No. 16 House ot 3 rooms nil la on Pierce St.
.car 19th $1000
No. 21New bousoof 7 ro corner lot ,
half milo went of Turntable trect cara on
lau dersSt. 81000.
No. 5 House of eight oirn etc. lot
30x165 feet J2MO.
No. 253 Two full lota on 19th Street near Lake
No.3il Twenty flve lots In Parkers addition
just north ot the end of red street car line 9400
each easy terms.
No.850 Four lots on Delaware Bt. near Hans-
corn paik , 1060.
No. 831 One half lot on South avenue , near
Bt. Mary's avenue , fS 0.
No. 0 Eighteen (18) ) lot * on Slit , 22nd. 23rd
ana Blunders street , neat Qiace , $500 each , and
on easy terms.
No , 348 Six beautiful residence lots on Cather
ine street , near Hacscom park , 94BOO.
Twelve beautiful residence Iota en Hamilton
street , near end of old streetcar track ; high and
sluhtly , tseoto 1700.
Several acre and half acre corner lota on Cum
in g , Burt and California streets , In Lowe's ice *
end addition and Park Pltce near Academy of
Lota inPro'pect Placo" on Hamilton and
Chirlon btrect , Juit west of the end of Ked Street
Cart lack and Convent of the Bisters ot Poor
Clare , one and one halt mile from postoffice , and
one mile f rom U. P. shops , (150 to $500 cacn ,
only 6 per cent down and B per cent per month
LoUIn LCWO'J addition one-half mile west of
rnd of Red Street Car track near Convent ot
Poor Clare Siatera In Shtnn's addition , $125 to
8300 each , and onory easy terms.
Lota In Horbach'a 1st and 2nd additions ,
Shlnn'a , Park rlace , Lowe's 2odaddition. lUzao's
Lake's , Nelson's , Uanicom Place , Rcdlck'a ad
ditions , etc. , ete.
Lota In "Credit Fonder addition" lust one.
quarter mile south-east of Union Pacific and B.
andM. II. K. depots , * 250 to Jl.GOOoach , very easy
Three good business lota on Dodge nc ri2th ;
street , 22x120 fcitcach , $1,600 tach , or&,600loi
all , easy terms.
Two KJod builnesa tats on Farnam street , 33x
66 feet each , with frame buildings theron.renting
for about S6CO per j ear each ; pr'co $4 260 each.
44x132 feet on Farnam near 10thstreet , corner
Splendid Warehouse lot on Union Paclffo right
o * way , north of track and cost ot Nail Woiki
being 132 feet north t'Onta o on Mvson t-tieet ,
by about 100 fo < twc ttrontweon Itin ) t.
Farms a d wild lands In Douglai , Sarpy ,
Dodge , Washington , Burt , Wavne , Siantoc.iud
other gooil counties In cattorn Nebraska for alle.
luxes pain , rents collected , ani money loaned
on Improved city and country , proj erty at low
rates ot Intercut.
BEMIS1 NEW CITY MAP , FOUR
FEET WIDE AND SEVEN FEET
LONG , WITH EVERY ADPL
TION RECORDED OR OONTEM-
PLATED UP TO DATE. "OFFI
OIAL MAP OFilTHE CITY. '
GEO. P BEMIS ,
15th arid Douglas St.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate G'ass. '
MT Anyone contemplating building store , bank , or any other fin . * will and U to the
antof to corrti end with as before purchasing their Plate Olass.
O. F , GOODMAN ,
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
OIDABS ABD MAIUFAOTURED TOBACbU
Agents for BSNWOOD RAILS AND LAFLIN ft BAND POWDER GO ,
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Pro3
9L JE * IB I
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1020 Farnharn Street ,
118 FARNAMXST. OMAHA
WBOLESALX AMD RETAIL DEALEB IK
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , 6LIMOS ( MHfas ; LIME ,
MT8TATB AOENf VOR M1LWAUKKK CKUKHT COMPANT *
Near Union Pacific Det > ot. OMAHA HP
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES ,
Window Caps , Finials , Skylights , &c.
416 THIRTEENTH STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
HEATING1 AND BAKSKG
h only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.6
I WIRE IJAUZg OVBE DOORB ,
For aab by
Single Broeclil-Loading Shot Oiins , from $5 to 818-
DouWo Ereech'.Loailing Shot Buns , from $18 to 375 ,
Muzzle Loading Shot ( June , From $6 to $25 , "
FishiQR Taokoi , Base BaUs anfl all kinds of Fanoy
Full Stock of Show Oases Always on hand ,
Imported and Key West Cigars a large line of *
Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re
quired in a first-class Cigar , Tobacco and. Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per J.,000 npwards Send
for Price List and Samples
WILLIAM SNYDER ,
Flrs-Olass Gaining and Trimming , Repairing Promptly Done
1310 HraeY.'Cor. 14th. ChaaOia
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