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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA TUESDAY MAHCR 27
That' ? a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is , that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease , liver com
plaint , consumption , cold ,
work , nervous debility , &c.
Whatever the cause , don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has"
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely v
cure such diseases as
BROWN'S IKOX BITTERS , and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation , and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Ix > niport , Ini Dec. i , iE3o.
For a long time I have been a
tuflerer from ttomach and kidney
diseaie. My appetite wu very poor
and the very tmall amount I aid eat
disagreed with me. I wat annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedlet with
no success , until I uied Ilrown't
Iron Hitters. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
kidney trouble ! no more , and my
general health Is such , that 1 feel
like a new man. After the use of
Ilrown's Iron Hitters for one month ,
I have gained twenty pounds In
weight. O. 11. SAKGKNT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS. It lias cured others
suffering as you arc , and it
will cure you.
. Western Agent * , L&fayotto , Indiana ,
X-JEZJE1 3E J
Rubbcr Boots and
Boots and Shoes
OF ALL KINDS.
The center pieces tra Intcrchuige&bla and re
versible. It prevents the 'counter from running
ore" , requiring no boot itlOenera.
The Agency lor tbeso goods In thU town h
been pis i p ,
Others cinnot procure thorn , t
Call nil xunfna ft full line' of Leather and )
, , Candeo" Rubber Boots and Bhoci with the lie I
rilble Heel. MHB. M. I'KTEKSON ,
31-3m _ Loulavlllo , Neb.
Kvory Corset U warranted satis *
factory to its wearer In every way ,
or the money will bo refunded by
the person from whom it was bousbt.
ftnly Comet pronounce * ! by our leading t iy
I l J rlou to Iho wcxuvr , anilrndortodlir ladlM a *
* /'most comfortable ana perfect flttlnit Corxt T f
PUICF.Hl > y 1UII , P
Ualth Prrwrvlnc , l.tiO. Htlf.AclJmtlDC , 1.BO
j&Mvmlntl ( citmbeiTj ) 8.00. Niinlna , 1. O
Ualtfc 1'reurTtnB ( One rautll ) > .00. Parattan
Hklrt-Bupportlnc , tl.BO.
r r tale by trading IteUll UtaUr * vorywhare.
OUICAQU COUSET CO. , ChlCUKO , Uk
COMPOUND HUM OF
POKE ROOT. PRICKLV STIMULANT
ITl P > ICMIST IStOC
ITAIBSDISISTIOHJT1M PIICITIVI FCNCII
OMAHA , NEB.
THE EMPWE OF TEXAS.
A Now Bvatom of Cattle BalBlnR tlmt
Involvoo Voat Pastures Tbo
Prollt In Wool Growing.
A letter from Ksglo Pasa , Texas , In
the Now York San , uaj : The typi
cal cowboy Is with us almost a thing
of the past , net simply because the
number of cattle has BO decreased of
late , but because the manner of hand
ling them has nndorgono a radical
change. Tlmo was when an owner of
fifloon hundred or two thousand head
of cattle would find employment for
fifteen or twenty vuaqnoros. Under
the present system three men can now
perform the functions of which five
times that number worn requisite a
few yearn ago. It wan formerly the
custom npon our ranches to "loose-
herd" the cattle during the day and to
round thorn up on the "bed-ground"
or pen them In corrals for the night.
How wo have pastures , Inclosed by
many miles of barbod-wiro fencing , In
which cattle roam at will by day or
night. The pasture fences are ex
amined and kept In repair by men de
tailed npon ranches for that purpose.
Ton years ago the cattle were drlron
north Irom this state without regard
to sex , ago or condition. The result
was that Texan was almost drained of
breeding as well as of beef cattlo.
Now there Is some discretion exorcised
and It Is the exception , not the rule ,
for cows and calves to bo driven "up
the trail" or to the shipping centers.
Many of our stockmen have Introduc
ed fine cattle of the Durham and
other breeds on their ranches with a
vlow to improve their stock. Full-
blooded cattle , however , are not easily
acclimated , nor do they do well unless
well led. The half-bred cattle Boom
to thrive , and In tlmo the long-horned
native cattle will bo supplanted by a
mixed breed of finer quality. Two
species of the "mnsca , " known here
as the "heel fly" ana "screw fly , " ore
the bane of the cattle men. The
former look very like the ordinary
honey boo , and deposit a nit npon the
log of the animal below the knoo. The
nit in tlmo develops into a worm and
oats its way Into the flesh. The ' 'scrow
fly" Is much like the blue-bottle , and
attacks the animal wherever the flesh
laid bare either by branding or
marking the oars ; It loaves a nit from
which the worm Is hatched by animal
heat. Some tlmo since a valuable calf
_ et screw worms In one of Its oars. It
was doctored , and , It was thought ,
cured. It died recently , and upon
opening the skull It was found that the
crow worms had eaten their way to
ho brain. The present system of
branding and marking the earn not
> nly idlafignros the cattle and destroys
; ho hldo , but , as may bo soon from the
above statement , Is dangerous.
Wool-growing Is a remunerative
pursuit here. There are men within
fifty miles of Eagle Pass who count
'heir sheep by the thousands , and who
iamo from the north a few years since
Imost penniless. Sumo of them
itartod by taking care of other people's
iheop on aharoi ; that is , taking charge
if a herd and becoming responsible
'or It for one-half of the wool and of
ho Increase ; and as many of our herds
irood and are sheared twice a year ,
.hose persons soon become largo
iwnors. Others coming here with
mail capital , 'hare Invested in Mexl-
an owes , which can bo bought at from
.5 cent * to $1 per head ; then they
put a few hundred In some good
rams. lu a few years' tlmo , by this
process. vthoy have .been enabled ,
'o , dupoio \ of the original
took , retaining a surplus of Im
proved sheep , valued all the way from
| 2 to $5 per head. But there la con-
Idorablo labor connected with sue-
lossfnl sheep raising , and It IB by no
moans of the easiest or most desirable
kind. The lands upon which those
sheep food are , as a rule , either school
lands rented from the state at a small
consideration annually , or land rented
of the railroad corporations. Only
the most successful wool-growers own
land In this county. The estate of
ir. Jones Grlnor , who died some tlmo
HO at S n Felipe , about so vonty miles
ip the Rio Grande from Eagle Pass ,
omprlsed over forty thousand head
i sheep , with a considerable herd of
attlo and a number of horses. Mr.
rlner , fifteen years ago , started out
i the world with a capital not ox-
loedlng SI , GOO ,
Dyes are so perfect
, nd so beautiful that It la a pleasure
o use them. Equally good for dark
r light colors. 10 cents.
CURIOUS GAMBLING SCENE.
Stacks of Silver Chanced Away at an
Indian Tournament In Nevada.
iVInncmucca Silver Slato.
The Plutos are having a grand
gambling tournament here. In the
day tlmo they moot on the Bunny side
of ono of their wlok-ups , from which
they extend wlnga by tying blankets
on poles , to break the wind. The
gamblers who engage In the tourna
ment place two poles on the ground
about ton foot apart and parallel with
each other , and scat themselves on the
ground , cross-logged , outside the poles.
There are * generally six or eight bnoki
on each aide , and the stakes , which
range from. $2 to $20 In silver , ore
stacked on the open ground between
the parallel polos. Each side Is furn
ished with six or eight short atloki
and four long ones. Two strings ol
small shells tied in the form of rlnga
are then procured , aod when It Is de
cided by chance which aide shall take
these shells the game begins , A low ,
monotonous chant , accompanied by
striking the poles with the long sticks
and the swaying of their body to and
fro , as if keeping Urns with the chant
aud noiao made by the sticks , is com
menced by the side who won the
shells , and the two bucks who have
possession of the shells move tholi
hands and arms and change the
shells from ono hand to the other ,
nnd finally conceal both hands undoi
their blankets and cease moving
them. This seems to bo the signal foi
ono of the bucks on the othoi
side to guesa which hand the
sheila ore concealed In. If ho guosaei
right the sheila are thrown to his side
and two of the short sticks. Tnon
the chant and Its accompaniments ti
taken up by that side and continued
until the sheila are won back by th <
other aide. When all the short stioki
re on ono aide the game la decided
the aide having the sticks being thi
vlotoni. The chant and beating thi
poles and swaying to and fro ceaaei
until the atakea for another game an
doyositod , when the performance Is
repeated. Ajl day long and far Into
the night the light o ! a sage-brush
fire this gambling continues , and con *
sldorablo money charjgan hands. The
tquaws and children arrange them *
solves outside 'ho gamblers and look
on for hours , apparently as much In
terested In the game as the players.
THE GOUOAR-MANOLEB CASE.
A CQUBO Colobro that Will Cost Tip-
pecanoo County Much Tlmo
A correspondent at Lafayette , Ind. ,
writes : Mrs. Cougar , who her elo
quent attorney , Oil. Do Hart , haa
called the "little lady , " haa gained a
notoriety that has been attained by
no other woman of our ntato. Han
dler , the chief of police who , outside
of his constituency in thia city , was
unknown to fame , has been sung In
blank verso from the Potomac flats
clean across the continent. There
have boon moro cruel and unjust
things said of Oapt. Handler than
usually fall to the lot of the ordi
nary peaceable and orderly citizen.
It haa boon often asked why , If Hand
ler discovered Wallace and Mrs.
Ooogar under the circumstances nar
rated , did ho not place them under
arrest ? Had ho done so ho would
have been condemned by every friend
and supporter of Oapt. Wallace and
Mrs. Qougar. Offlooro of the law are
loath to lay their official bands npon
prominent citizens , oven at the dead
hour of night , and at beat It would be
straining a point to havomadoachargo
against the captain and the little lady
If the chief of police had placed them
The alt Is full of recriminations.
Rarely haa an intelligent community
Buffered such a shaking np as that now
being administered , The coclal and
moral estates of many prominent clti-
zone are already In the hands of the
public administrators , and bills and
claims are allowed without oven first
certifying to them. The charge Is
openly preferred that Mayor McGlnloy"
is responsible for the alleged attack
upon Mrs. Qougar , that Inhls Sunday
.Leader ho has censured and condemn
ed her , nnd that U waa by hio conni
vance that the police were aocrotly
"shadowing" the Gongar residence.
Every charge made against the mayor
IB unaustalnod by a single fact. It is
a tissue of falsehoods which , If eman
ating from Mrs. Gongar or her frlonda
or from any other source , does him a
groca Injustice , and will redound to
the discredit and injury of the the
plaintiff's cause. When the mayor first
learned , almost by word of mouth
from Oapt. Wallace himself , of the
alleged liaison , ho consulted with his
friends of both political parties as fo
what should bo done In the promises.
Ho investigated Mandlor'a statement
carefully , and having by proof oatlsfied
himself that the chief of police had
told the truth , and that there was no
plot or scheme , permitted him to re
main in his official position. Had the
conclusion boon otherwise he would
have deposed Handler Instanter , as
It was in his power BO to do. In jus
tice to hla honor it Is proper that this
bo made known.
Two hundred witnesses have been
examined In this cause , and a hundred
moro are to be added to tbo long list.
The Ho has been given direct , and the
conflict of testimony la frightful to
lontemplato. Perjury has become
ampant , and if the struck jury befcroj
fhlch the collation haa boon 10 ofvA
lerved dan masticate the morsel witu-
at fatal results , its will become the
astonishment as well aa the admiration
of Tlppeoanoo'a sovereign people.
ully three moro weeks will bo ocon-
led before the case can bo submitted
o the jury , and It Is understood that
ho raciest proceedings of the trial are
; et to como. The costs of the trial ,
awyors1 foes , and expanses are already
istlmatod at $10,000 , and the end Is
ot yet. Verily , It Is a cuuao , celrobro.
Vo notice the Marriage Fund , Mutual
Trust Association , of Cedar Raplde. Iowa ,
highly spoken of in many of the leading
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement in
Hotter column of this onpcr. fS-Sm
THE LiAST NEW DININQROOM.
Unexampled Magnificence lu the
House of Cornelius Vanderbllt.
With all that has been written about
.ho palatial dwellings nf the Yandor-
bills In New York , few have yet seen
.ho dining-room of the house of Cor
nelius Vandorbllt , which will open Its
spacious doors and spread its sump
tuous table for the first time in Easter
Although the house Itself haa boon
finished and Inhabited for several
months , the dining-room and break-
fast-room are still under the charge of
Mr. John Lafargoand other * . Favored
with a sight of this room In Its unfin
ished state , ono can dream what It will
bo when the pictures are on the walls ,
rugs npon the floor , and the table
spread for a banqriot. Wo must enter
the front door and cross the hall be
fore looking at the dining-room , and
there the harmonious effects of color
and the treat to the sense of sight will
make us linger a moment. The door
which has closed behind us la a glory
of glass jewels , studded together with
the network of lead which Holds them ,
forming In arabesque pattern one of
Lafarge'a triumphs In stained glass.
On the right Is a small reception room ,
woodwork of unpolished ebony , pan
eled 8 foot with a mosaic frieze above.
A small window In this room cost a
fabulous aum , though It measures only
0 Inches by 12.
Wo ascend throe oaken stops In the
hall and find ourselves In the main
hall , Opposite us Is the solid oak
staircase , partially hidden by a repro
duction of Gobelin tapestry , for
which , It la Bald , Mr. Vanderbllt paid
$30,000. In front of this stands the
old marriage chest of black oak and
brass. A few old oak chairs , covered
with old Dutch leather , complete the
furnishing of the old hall. A portiere
tiere whlou la to hang at the dining-
roon door la not yet In ita place , but
will bear mentioning. Upon an
oaken bar with rings of gold
Is to hang a precious fabric
measuring six by four feet. It Is lit
erally a piece of cloth of gold , To
prove that It la a cloth of gold It It
only necessary to fitato that Tiffany &
Co. , the jewelers , under the direction
of an artist , spun from pure gold a
thread which composes thla hanging
at a coat of f 20,000. HUa Tilling-
hut , whoso work of design and em
broidery U t the head of that partic
ular art In this country , and possibly
In the world , undertook , with her
assistants , the embellishment with
the noodle of this cloth of
gold , Worked in silver and
delicate blue and soa-groon metal
threads , are the scenes of the Eneid.
Into the late hours of the night were
these busy fingers working to accom
plish their work at the promised time.
If the hours spent npon it were reck
oned by the olght-ho'ura-a-day system ,
four years and a half would bo the re
sult shown of the tlmo consumed.
This is the way of tbo nineteenth cen
tury In America. If wo have the
money wo must have what wo desire at
a moment's notice. To wait a year is
such a long time.
Passing within the door wo find that
it is In fact two montha over a year
since the decorator and the Interior
finisher began their work. It Is a
largo , oblong room , with a spacious
conservatory at the end , which will bo
filled with rare exotics At the other
end an arch separates the breakfast
room from the dining hall. Ono thing
that is the most noticeable la the ab-
aonco of windows around the room.
There Is no light except through
the glass cf the conservatory ,
and that will bo partially obscured
by a ccroon of stained glass. Thla
portion of the house Is but one atory
high , and consequently a jeweled
glass skylight of Immense size forms
a largo part of the coiling. The room
lg high studded , and the wood-work ,
which la of oak , darkened to give an
antique appearance , la paneled with
heavy mouldings of hammered brass ,
making a dado of about five foot
around the room. Tbo heavy beams ,
a foot In thickness , Intercept each
other on the calling , allowing the
stained glass skylight to fill the differ
ent center panels.
But tbo delight of any ono looking
npon this room will bp centered upon
the panels which 'constitute the
"stylo , " or that space between the
walls and the skylight on the celling.
Here art has triumphed. Four of
those panels represent the aeasona In
bas-relief figursa three-quarters life
size , and others of classic design.
To attempt to describe them will be
to fail , but the mere suggestion of au
tumn may bo the foundation of a
dream which the writer will vouch
can not equal the reality. Hero la
a partially made figure , the flesh
parvB cub from solid ivory ,
and the drapery chiseled from a
greenish stone known as aerpontine ,
standing against vines and leaves
carved trom the solid oak that consti
tutes the whole background , with the
left hand raised above the head graspIng -
Ing a heavily carved grape branch ,
from which hang In clusters of varied
hues bnnchea of grapes carved from
mother-of-pearl. The right arm Is
extended , the hand holding a bout
circle of inlaid mother-of-pearl and
ebony ; the deepening of the fleoh
tints has boon given to the
Ivory with acids , shading It
Into the browns and ecru coloring.
Hammered brass and cast bronze are
also utilized In the hair. Although
Hr. Lifargo reaps4ho praise that now
IB and over will bo given to those ,
there is ono to whom a great deal of
the praise belongs. While he la a
great colorlat , Hr. Lifargo la , alas ! a
poor draughtsman , especially where
the human figure Is concerned. Those
panels must have been a failure had
not the hand of St. Gaudena modeled
Within this" room there are no
chandeliers , but above the skylight a
T4wvJCrfgas jots will castamelloir
light through the stained glass of the
table below. The heavy beams of the
colling are Inlaid with the Grecian
pattern of mother-of-pearl , and the
high mantel hai an exquisite inlaying
of pure silver , ebony , mother-of-
pearl , and ivory , forming vases , birds ,
and follago. The breakfast-room is in
white and gold , and the celling la
paneled with places for ton plctnrea
which are now being finished in Hr.
Lifargo'a studlc. It Is estimated that
those- rooms will cost $100.000 when
UBIuriJiLDlSa TTTTQ .
If yon are flick Hop Bitten will
surely aid Nature 1 making yon well
when all else fails.
If yon are costive or dyspeptic , or
are suffering from any of the numer-
OUB diseases of the stomach or bowola ,
it is your own fault If yon remain ill ,
for Hop Bittord are a sovereign
remedy In all such complaints.
If you are wasting away ] with any
form of Kidney disease , stop tempting
Death this moment , and turn for a
euro to Hop Bitters.
If you are sick with that terrible
sickness Nervousness , yon will find a
"Balm in Glload" in the use of Hop
If yon are a frequenter or a resi
dent of a miasmatic district , barricade
your system against the scourge of all
countries malaria , epidemic , billons
and Intermittent fevers by the use
of Hop Bitten.
If you have rough , pimple or sal
low akin , bad breath , pains and aches ,
and fool miserable generally , Hop
Bitten will give yon fair skin , rich
blood , and sweetest breath , health and
In short they cure all diseases of
the atomch , Bowels , Blood , Liver ,
Nervea , Kidneys , Blight's Disease.
$50o will bo paid for a case they wll
not cure or help.
That poor , bedridden , Invalid wife ,
is tor mother , or daughter , can bo
made the picture of health , by a few
bottles of Hop Bitten , costing but a
trifle. Will yon lot them suffer ?
CORNICE WORKS !
Iron and Slate Hoofing ,
0. SPE011T , Proprietor.
1111 Donglas St. - Omaha , Hob
MANOFACTUKEK OF GALVANIZED
Iron Cornices I
DORMERT WINDOWS , FINIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Snocht'i Patent MetalllolSkyllght Patent ,
Adluited Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Bnelvlne. I am the eeneral agent
for the above line of goods ,
IRON FENCING ,
Creating * . Balmtrades , Yerandu , Iron
Bank llalllng , Window Blinds , Cel.
lar Guardi ; alio
QENEKAL AGENT TOR
TEERSON & HILL PATENT INSIDE -
HOUSES AND LOTS ,
No. 19 Full ot and njvr house , Oltrooms , two
bolow.nnd ono up-etalrs. Eight foot celling below
nnd i even above. Brick foundation , collar , etc.
A barpaln , ? COO.
No. IS Largo two story house , 10 rooms , two
largo cellars , good well and cistern , barn , etc. , on
Webster and 22d street , 20,000.
No. 17 Lot 60x185 ( ect , now houao of two
rooms brick foundation 100 barrel cistern ion
Hamilton street near Poor ClaroConvent } C.
No. 16 llouso aud lot on 17th near Cla L St.
lionso 5 room ; etc. 81200.
No. 15 House ot 3 rooms 'ill lo on Plerco St.
near 19th 81 MO
No. 21 New housoof 7 ro corner lot ,
half mlle west of Turntable treet cars on
No. 5 House of eight earn etc. lot
No. 252 Two full lota on 19th Street near Lake
No. 351 Twenty five lot ) In Parkers addition
Just north of the end of rod street car line 1400
each easy terms.
No.830 Four lot ) on Delaware Bt. near Hans-
com park , fC50.
No. 831 One half lot on South avenue , near
StJ Hary'i avsnue , (650. '
No. WO Eighteen 08) ) loti on 21st , 22nd , 23rd
ana Blunders etroot , near Grace , $500 each , and
on easy terms.
No , 346 Six beautiful residence lota on Gather.
Ine street , near Uanscom park , (4,600.
Twelve beautiful residence lota on Hamilton
street'near end of old streetcar track ; high and
sightly , 8350 to $700.
Several acre and half acre corner lota on Cam-
Ing , Burt and California ttroeta , In Lowe's BOC-
end addition and Park Place near Academy of
Lota In ' 'Protpect Place" on Hamilton and
Charles street , jutt west of the end of Red Street
Cartiack and Convent of the Bisters of Poor
Clare , ono and ono half mile from postofflce , and
one mile f rom U. P. shops , gl&O to ? M > 0 each ,
only G per cent down and S per cent per month
Lota In Lcwe'a addition ono-half mile west of
end of Hod Street Car track near Convent of
Poor Clare Slstera In Sblnn'a addition , 8126 to
$300 each , and on very easy terms.
Lot ) In Horbach'a 1st and 2nd additions ,
Shlnn's , Park Place , Lowe's 2nd addition. lUzan's
Lake's , Nelson's , Uanscom Place , Uodlck'a ad
ditions , etc. , etc.
Lots In "Credit Fonder addition" Just one-
quarter mile south-east of Union Pacific and D.
and M. H. R. depot * , (250 to 81,600each , very easy
Three good business lota on Dodgelnear12th !
etieet , 22x120 leet each , 11,600 each , or H WO for
all , easy term ) .
Two good business lot ) on Farnam Direct , 33z
66 feet each , with frame buildings theronrenting
for about tOCO per year each ; price $ -1,250 each.
44x132 Icet on Farnam near 10thstreet , corner
Splendid Warehouse lot on Union Paclffo right
ol way , north ol track and coat ol Nail Works-
being 132 teet north frontage on Mason street ,
by about 100 feet west Ironiare on 16th si.
Farms aid wild lands In Douglas , Sarpy ,
Dodge , Washington , Burt , Wayne , Btanton , and
other good counties In eastern Nebraskalor sale.
Taxes paid , rento collected , anl money loaned
on Improved city and country property at low
ratts ol Interest.
BEMIS' NEWOTTY | ; MAP-FOUR
FEET WIDE AND SEVEN FEET
LONG , WITH EVERY ADDITION -
TION RECORDED OR OONTEM-
PLATED UP TO DATE. ' 'OFFI-
OIAL MAP OF THE CITY. "
GEO. P BHMIS ,
16th and Douglas St.
STEELE , JJHHSUN & CO. ,
W MuLiifiSAiiJfc Ui " UUjyiJKi5 ' (
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour,1 Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
Ail Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
GIGAES ML IMUfAGTuTO TOBACCO.
Agents for BENWOOD HAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO.
ALL'S SAFE AND LOCK
Fire and Burglar Prao
X. O OJ3C ,
1020 Farn ham Street ,
M & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXCELLENT BEER SPEAKS
FOR IHSELF ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Goods arc Made to the Standard of onr
GEORGE HENNING ,
Sole Agent for Omaha and the West.
Qfflco Corner 13th and Harney Str
OMAHA CORNICE WORKS.
KUEMPING & BOLTE , Proprietors.
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
Ornamental Galvanized Iron Cornices , Iron Lights , Etc ,
310 South Twelfth . Street , . . . . OMAHA , NEB.
HEATING AND BAKING
la only attained by using
CHARTER OAK / '
Stoves and Bangss. '
WIRE IfAUZE OVER DOORS ,
For Bale by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
HAS THE BEST STOCK IN OMAHA AND MAKES THE LOWEST FRIOES
Have now been finished in our store , mak
ing it the largest and most complete
In the West. 'An ' additional story has been
built and the five floors all connected
: with two
HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS ,
One Exclusively for the use of Passengers. These immense
rooms--three stores , , are 66 ieet wide-are filled with the'GiamP
est display . of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture evai
shown.All are invited to call , take the Elevator on the first floor
and go through the building and inspect the stook.
CHAS. SHIVERICK ,
1206 , 1208 and 1210 Farnam Street , Omaha
WILLIAM SNYDER ,
CARRIAGES , BUGGIES
- . . . u. OXO23 ,
First-Olass Painting and Trimming , Repairing Promptly Done
1319 Harney , Oor. 14th , Omaha.
Locksmitliing , M Hanging , Saw fiW
UMBRELLA AND PARASOL REPAIRING.
0 h Street , 2d Door North of Dodge , n . ,
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