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    TEE DAILY BEErOESL > A , A EIL 10 1883
That is what a great
many people arc doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter , but they have
a combination of pains and
aches , and each month they
grow worse.
The only sure remedy
yet found is BROWN'S IRON '
BITTERS , and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation .
with the blood purifies and
enriches it , and rich , strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues , drives out
disease and gives health and
strength.
This is why BROWN'S
IRON BITTERS will cure
kidney and liver diseases ,
consumption , rheumatism ,
neuralgia , dyspepsia , mala
ria , intermittent fevers , &c.
90 } S. Paca St. , Ihllimore.
Nov. jB.lSSl.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia , and for several
weeks could cat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters , and am happy to wy
I now have a good appetite ,
and am getting stronger.
Jos. McCA\i Ltv.
' BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is not a drink and docs not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
imitations ,
lll. * * * OM1 UUtHf
Prxldenl. Vice Piti'l
W. 8. Dmnu , Bee. and TtMf.
THE NEBRASKA
MANUFACTURING 00
Lincoln , Neb
MANUFACTURERS OF
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Send SI , 92 , 93 , or
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tail box by KxprcHH ,
of the lieMt rnnillcH iu
America , put up In
elegant boxoH. and
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liefer * to all Chlcn
RO. Try It once.
C. P. UUNTHER
Confectioner ,
Chicago
BALL
CORSETS
Every Coriot Is warranted Balls *
iictorj to Ita wearer lu every way ,
, or tbo money will bo refunded by
tbo porsoQ f rom wlioni It wai bougtit.
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OISUTIVI FOIICII
UUICIIHt IIVIHAHO
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t THI
MRS. COUGAR'S CONTEST
Indiana's Most Delegated Oase
A. Review of the Suit Whlcl
Has Occupied the Legal
Lights of Lafayette for
Eleven Weeks
And tfa * Record * of the Frinolpali
Special to the Cblr KO Iler IJ.
TiArAYXTTK , Ind. , April 0. Afto ;
eleven weeks of pcraistont lltlgatiot
the celebrated dander Bult of Mr
Helen M. Goagar against Ohlpf of Po
llco Captain Harry Mandlor is drag
glng Itself toward an end. Thi
eleven weeks have uncovered a mnltl
tado of sins and laid bare to tbo sonsa
tionaLworlda career of social intlmacj
between Mrs. Cougar and Ojtptalr
Wallace which they have ondeavoroc
to show was qnlto proper in ever ]
respect. The case baa boon In course
so long ) and snch a multitude of wit
nesses have boon examined , that It li
little wonder the onttido world hai
lost trace of Ita details and ia at sea si
far as the main Issues of the case an
concerned. The Qougar scandal hac
a quiet birth , and there Is little doub
but that It would have died long age
had It not boon for the persistency o
Otptalu Wallace in agitating the verj
tubject that ho should have loft se
verely alone to die aleng with thi
other sewer scandals with which overj
city Is a filleted. Mrs. Helen M. Gen
gar la a little lady of the blonde
typp , forty years old , a wife bnt not
mother , and was married by the
well known attorney , John D. Gougar.
She was a toaohor In the public aohooli
In her younger days , ana it was not
until six or seven years ago that any
publicity waa atUohed to her name.
Somewhat of a literary turn , and with
a woman's Htrong ambition , she had
bnt a U to of the sweets of notoriety ,
which developed into a craving thirst
for more. She began with her news
paper articled to appease the mnnla for
popularity and distinction. 'This , In
time , was followed by her activity in
the really remarkable temperance re
vival that swept the oily five years
ago , and over ton thousand ot Us people
ple donned the blue. Growing out of
that temperance campaign was an or
ganization known as the B no Ribbon
club , and In this Mrs. Gougar and
Otptaln Wallace joined forces , and
were the acknowledged leaders of the
society. Boon thereafter she and the
brilliant captain organized a Parlor
club for literary work. She assumed
decided views on woman's suffrage ,
became a convert , then a determined
advocate , and finally an Indefatigable
worker in that peculiar channel. Cap
tain Wallace likewise entered heartily
into tha suffrage movement ,
and was known throughout Indiana as
a formidable champion of the cause.
Ho Is a member of one of the oldest
families of the Wabash valley , and hat
a lovely wife and four boantlfnl chil
dren all girls. His venerable and
good mother resides with him. This
much is by way if Introduction to the
scandal chapter which baa stirred out
"Ittlo city as It waa never stirred bc-
oro.
Captain Wi llaoo was the nominee
f the republicans for state senator ,
"bo campaign of last fall was ex
remely exoltlnp , and the aubmlssloc
if the amendments was ono of thi
Isiaes. Ono of tbo strongest anp
porters of Captain Wallace wa thi
Women's Ohrlatlen Temperanoi
Union , of which Mrs. Gougar waa i
member. Upon nor return from No
' raika , wheresho had made five weeks
canrais In the In erest of women's sut
'rag ' , she entered at once Into thi
work , ot the campaign at homo am
mtdo qnlto a number of speeches
Erory tflfjrt posiiblo for a woman ti
make waa mad by her la favor of thi
aptaln's election. Hoop skirts am
rhliky proved the Gibraltar of thi
'opnblloans ' in this county. The cap
atn was defeated , and old Tippo
lanoo , for the Grat time In the momur ;
f the present generation , ovorcam
republican majority of 500 and son
democrat to the senate by a major
, ly f lets than 100. There wai
much talk during the campaign abou
Oiptaln Wallace and Mrs. Onugar
All sorts of rumora were afloat-
snoh an extent that Jndg
Gregory snore on the stand
'It was llko a him
treat. " The election passed away
ind many of its aches and pains wor
healed in a few wetks. It was no
rue , however , with Mrs. Gougar
Smarting under the defeat cf he
avorlto candidate and the rebuke t
emalo mfTfogo and prohibition , oh
wrote a ctnatig , scathing loader in he
paper , ovit her own luliiilp , and gav
t to the cl\y \ for mental misticatlo :
kbout a wetk after the election. I
his she doa't ' blows right and lef
upon three men , prominent ropubll
onus , who dll not support Wallace
These men iho attacked In a mannc
that fired thilr blood and filled tb
very air with bitter dpnunclatlon fo
the writer , Too article waa copied 1
the 8 and ay Tunes , .November. . , 19t
and severely condemned. ' It create
a prodigious iemtlon. Not a wore
however , was sati , In the Time * aboc
0 ptaln Wallace. To t paper wu yer
friendly to him , ind , Indeed , went t
the extent of lopportlng W llaoe , a
though its editor * are as uloan-cc
democrats aa can be fonnl on Hooslc
ground.
Uuuday night , Nov. 10 , waa a oo <
hut pleasant and clear , bright nigh
Tno police had mot at headquatte
and dispersed to their beats. Cap
Mandlor , th * quiet Ohlef of Polio
whom Mrs. G .ug r called the "duU
barber , " waa walking along on Colnr
bla street about 8 o'clock , and In tl
Immediate vicinity of OipUln Wallace
i dice. Uo met Charles Poooko , nl
soon abruptly loft and wont east <
Columb a street. In the course ol
low minutes ho returned and Infori
ed Muidler that ho had soon a mi
and woman comlog toward them. Th
turned suddenly and retraced the
stops , Porcko following and mootli
them cor 0 h and F > rrvievetal iqum
away , "They were W-illioa and Mi
Googtr , " ho said , and If they wou
remain and watch for them , be w
qnlto sure they would return and go
Wallace's cflloe , Poooko believing th
that was evidently their destlnatlo
The/ waited on the oppoilte side
the street and true to Poocke'a oc
jeotnre.the lady and gentleman retui
ed , and , theoout being clear , enter
the bail and went up Wallao'e sU
way. Cariosity prompted them to
watch for the return of the pair , and ,
to nso Mandlor'sown word * , "I watted
and waited until I got stnolc , " and it
waa not until the holy midnight hont
that they emerged from the stairway
aid went west on Columbia , whl e
Mandlor hastily followed , Ho over
took them at the corner of South and
Fourth streets , and , in the full glare
of a street lamp , said to the gentle
man : "Oiptaln Wallace. Captain , I
know I couldn't bo mistaken.0 That
night , before dispersing to thelt
homes , Captain Mandlor said to the
Marshal , and ono or two others who
know of the escapade , that on acoonnt
of the Captain's family they should
say nothing about it. They agreed to
this , and wont to their homes.
On Monday morning , at or before 8
o'clock , Captain Wallace called at the
office of Dr. Ingersoll and told him ho
had Information that charges would
bo preferred against thorn ( Wallace
and Mrs. Gougar ) In the police court ,
and ho desired lugorsoll to go to the
mayor and have the proceedings
stopped. Ingorsoll Immediately did
o , and Mayor McGlnley loft his bed
of sickness and wont to the police
court. Ho first approached Denny
Sullivan , the marshal , but Sullivan
said ho knew nothing. ] Then ho called
Mandlor aside and said to him , "What
about this Gougar and Wallace affah ? "
Tbo chief of police wu amazed-
dumbfounded. "How , In the name
of God , do yon know anything about
It ? " said he , bnt ho refused to tell
McGlnley a word in explanation
unless ho would explain the source of
his information. His honor
then related the occurrence of
that morning , of Wallace's visit to
Ingorsoll and of the latter'a call on
him ( McGlnloj ) Mandlor then re
peated to him substantially the story
of the night before , and assured Mo-
Glnloy that ho did not want a word
said about It out of respect to the
family and the hitherto good name of
Captain Wallace. Tae mayor re-
parted to Ingersoll and ho to Wallace.
Tno story was given circulation proba
bly more by McGinley than any one
else. Ho was peculiarly situated.
Mandlor was an ofiioor , made so by
McGlnloy'a deciding voto. Mrs. Gon-
gar was an old and intimate friend of
Mayor Mo3lnloy and family. If the
chief of rolloo had done wrong , MJ-
Glnloy felt It hla duty to depose him
Inatanter. Hones he deemed it neces
sary to investigate the transaction of
November 19 ; h , and thus , doubtless ,
It leaked ont , and ore a week had
passed Captain Wallace's friends ,
hearing It , carried the story to him ,
and then , as if to add fuel to a slow
fire , the Captain began to circulate it
himself. Soon it reached the street ,
and there , taken up by the
thousand tongues of Dime Ru
mor , spread like wildfire and
was the all-absorbing theme of talk
Captain Wallace , finding bo could
not prevail upon Mandlor and Poock
to make a retraction , astonished the
Hoosler world by Instituting a suit in
Mrs. Gongar'a name against the chief
of polloo for wicked and milicious
slander , In that ho uttered fatso and
wicked words about Mrs. Gnutrar to
her damage In the turn of $10,000.
Mrs. Gougar'a counsel are 11 P.
and J. 0 Davidson , Wilson & Adams ,
II. P. DHart , W. D. Wallace and
John D. Gougar , while Mandler is
defended by d'ffroth ' & Stuart , B. W.
Langdon and J. F. McHugb. Mand
ler , ia hla answer to the complaint
dmltted the speaking of the words ,
mt says they are true , and in mltlga-
ion of damages sayi that It waa gen-
rally rumored In the city of Lifa-
otto that Mrs. Godgar waa an adnl-
ereas.
It is believed that her attorney't
bought they could confine the evi
dence to the single transaction of No-
ember 19 , but m this they were most
iltterly disappointed. The court al >
owed testimony that would show an
dnltorons disposition , andtho defense
tave given ovldonco of frequent moo-
ngs ; shown Mrs. Gougar and the gal-
ant captain on trains at different
Imos and places ; shown a stroll al
Battle Ground ont into the woods
Captain Wallace going to and comloj
'rom the Gougar residence at almost
ill hours of tbo day ; shown them It
Chicago together ; at Acton camj
meeting , near Indianapolis ; on thi
rain west as Djnvlllo , 111 ; shown
hem going to his office during the
ight , and many other alleged clan *
estlne meeting ) . To review the
estimony of 300 witnesses , covorlnf
t period oi nearly three months , is i
atk that will not now bo attempted
Argument commenced in this cole
'iratod oauio on Monday afternoon
ind has during Us progress attracted
argo audiences , hundreds being on
iblo to gain admission. It la belolvec
ho jury will disagree.
* Ten years ago the name of Lydli
E Plnkham was scarcely known out'
> ldo of her native state. To-day It li
a household word all over tbo oontl
nent and many who road the soculai
and religious journals have bocomi
'amlllar ' with the face that shines oi
horn with a modest confidence , it
which wo read the trnth that "Noth
ng 111 can dwell In such a temple. "
OQUISTOPHBB'B DUNES.
Tbo Bool Remains of Chrtutophe
Columbus Discovered in Ban
Domingo A ejurlouB
titory.
In thoPlttsburg Commercial Qizett
of Monday an article was published I
reference to a glass tomb for the dm
of Christopher Columbus , for whlc
Attorbnry & Co , of that city were t
make a design. A reporter mot Mi
J. 0. Jamison , a well known cltlret
who has traveled extensively and wli
ncsaod many strange sights In qu-3c
climes. In a conversation that fo
lowed It appeared that Mr. Jamiso
could tell an Interesting story aboi
the great discoverer. Ho had bee
present at one scene In the drama an
was conversant with the biitory an
the tribulations through whiah Ui
corpse had passed , and upon solicit !
tlou cave the following aoaonnt of tl
diipoilon of Columbus' remains , id
said :
"History tells us that the remah
of Columbus are burled in Havani
Cuba. This f ot wai never dliputc
until a few days sgo , when the dUooi
ery waa made that they- are stl
In the Island of Ban DomlngtV I wi
on that Island about that tltta. an
know tbe fact * bearing upon UuYs sul
jot , wnloh I will state as briefly as
lUBllblf.
"Christopher Golombtn dlod and
wai burled In Spain in l&TG His son ,
Dan Di-go , died in 1520 In the
oar 153G the remains cf Columbus
, nd his son were removed to the island
f San Domingo and interred In the
irinulpal cathedral In that city.
"Daring the past 3CO years that
sland has been one continued fcenoof
evolution and bloodshed. Few , If
ny , records of the government have
> een preserved. All history or writ-
en record of passing events these
many yturs hava been lost or cartied
way. Taa population baa sank into
gnorance , poverty and superstition ,
nd all knowledge of past history be-
amo traditional , existing only In the
minds of the people. Yet they never
est sight of the fact that S in Dom-
ngo city was the last resting place of
Jolnmbus.
"Iheyhad forgotten that his son ,
) on Diego , was also burled with him
under the altar of the cathedra1. So
when Spain relinquished control of
ho Island and came to remove tbe re
mains of Columbus to Havana , the
* ot had been forgotten that two
x > dles were deposited there ( Columbus
nd his son ) , so that when the disinter
nent was made by the Spanish author-
tloi , they , through mistake , took up
ho remains of the son and , with a
great deal of pomp and ceremony ,
juried them at Havana as the remains
f the dlsooverer of America.
"Tho mistake was not discovered
nntil 1878 , It became necessary to
make sumo alterations in the old
alhedral , and the workmen came upon
load box. which , being opened and
xamlned ; was found tn ba tbo trno
emains of Christopher C jlnmbna from
bo Inscriptions on the box and hit
lame ou a silver nlato on the
usldocf the lid. The domlnlcan
uthorities at once summoned all the
osldent consuls to examine it , who
rave it as their opinion that the box
ontalnod the remains tf Caristophor
'jlumbns. ' The box was then closed ,
nd each consul put his seal upon it ,
t was then transferred to the bishop
f the cathedral for his safe keeping.
"In , January , 1879 , an Italian war
easel' arrived In DJrt with instrno-
ions from tbo Italian government to
nvestlgato the matter , aa Columbus
was a ratlvo of Italy. The several
annuls were summoned to break their
eals and open the box toi ffird oppor-
unity for the fulleit Investigation.
ly invitation of the United States
omul I was present and made a per
onal inspection of the box and re
mains , had the silver plato on which
10 name of Christopher Columbus
ras engraved ( la Spanish ) in my
lands. The two holes In it corro
pond with the two in the lid
f the box , the rivets having
Iven away. The box is about
Ixteon Inches long and about
Ight or ten Inches tqaaro , and made
ntlrely of heavy sheet lead , and bore
marks of great ago. The remain * had
11 mouldered Into dust. When we
onaldor that Columbus had been bur-
ed thirty years before his remains
were removed to San Domingo , a box
f that size would be sufficiently large
o hold all that remained of the body.
"Tho Italian naval officers were
fioroughly convinced that the re
mains were really those of the great
avlgator , and so reported to their
overnment. As for my own Impres-
ions , I have not the least doubt
! hreo months' sojourn on the Island
; ave me every opportunity to Inquire
nto the matter. Tradition has It that
when the Spaniards came to remove
he remalni to 0 aba a sly old monk
mrposely pointed ont the location
hat led them to take up the remains
f the son Instead of those of Ohrlsto-
iher Columbus.
lop Bitter * are the Purest and Beat Bitten
Ever Made.
They are compounded from Hops ,
Malt , Buohn , Mandrake and Dando-
ion , the oldest , best , and most valu
able modicinea in the world and con
tain all the best and moat curative
iropertles of all other remedies , being
ho eroatest Blood Purifier , Livei
Regulator and Life and Health Bos <
onug Agon't on earth. No disease 01
11-healtb can possibly long exist where
heso Bitters are used , so varied anc
lerfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the
aged and infirm. To all whoso em
iloytnonts cause irregularities of the
'owelsor urinary organs , or whore
quire anpetizar , Tonic and mile
stimulant- , Hop Bitters are Invaluable
icing highly curative , toulo and stlm
ulating , without intoxicating
No msttor what your feelings 01
symptoms are , what the disease or all
m < jnt Is , use Hop Bitters. Dou' < wail
until yon are sick , bnt if you onlj
eel bad or miserable , nso H p Bitten
at onco. It may aavo your life. Hun
drcd hsvo been a ved by so doing ,
50 will be paid for a case they wll
not euro or help.
D.I not suffer or let your friends snf
'er , bnt use and nrgo them to use Hoj
Bitten.
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vllo
drugged , drunken nostrum , but thi
Purest and Best Medicine ever made
the "Invalid's Friend and Hope , " anc
no person or family should be wlthou
them Try the Bitten to-day.
LIST Of LETTERS
Remaining In Post office daring the wee !
ending April 7 , 1883.
QENTUUIBM.
Allison F Andenon J
Anderson H Buell O
Bennett T Bebrcnds B M
Bunnell K A B .yd JV
Buiewell J L Blermtn R J
Bidolet M Bojn II
Umber U OtrrJ
OUtkeOJ O , neJW
Corblshley A E Colllni J W
Carpenter V Carmlre W
DinaheyT DivlsV
U.vel J W Dile ? E
DiUntyMP DurinnTO
i : < bett I ) W Kogg E O
Kiioher ( J Frsntr 0 A
Flttgerald J G ndrf nlt B
Oerey A Gro" W A
Ouldeo O E Urohtlny F
OirvlnS House J II
lUytaJl ! HUli A
HaMg U Hlhner W
Hrvlngton F 0 II w td J
Jenolnnii.T A Jekromle * T
Itokion F JohnitonOS
J ooba < n W Ketcham T
Kr tichoier E Kwtiup U
Kramer O K nde J
Kelly J P LUCM V O
Lylle J A I DK J
Ltwicn T Lewis B
Moore J Melan W L
McClouse W L M.ck W
Moebn J Maiktl J W B
MejhuiMr Mnlen L
Me'iler O McDonnell A B
MnrthaJ Molotyr * E
McGregor 3 Neweomb II B
N UoaT Hilton N O
F Ua A FriUnMi J A
Pliant J L Pettenon S P
Picketing B Pitta H
Kobinsnn Mr Kononie P II
Hitter Jf Keller J
Koblmohn Li Refer A
Smith R StJohnJ
Blvord J 0 tilcnott N
Scovlll M A Sohn W Y
Shuck W SeheJ
Bwetman II M
Turner W A Tropa A
Tempt A W Thoma J
Verhelsh 0 Wllliama T J
WlDRVl.t J Willlami J W
WtrdeO W.lkerA '
Woocott [ U M Wlllitmi F W
Williams Mr WldlDg Q
Winqalat J .
LADIEH1 LIST.
Austin Mn 8 Andenon Mils 0
Alnnoow Mrs K Bedlent Miss L
Buck Mra J E Curtis Mn M
Camp Mn W Crosby Mn J
Doyle Mri J Duncan Mrs W U
I ) w fiu Mrs M S Deg n Mra M F (2) ( )
Krera Miss A K unhart L
Knlnger MIM M Kriaz-1 Mn M
Uuetc K Orcorer Mn M
Gray Mils M lloneson K
Uow Mn B Hollrasn Miss K
Harte M i D Haoge Mls L
IlatbawftV Miss 0 Jones Miss M
Johnaon Sirs F B Johnson Mn 0 C
Jen-en Mrs L Kane Mlsn.
Klog Mn Le Mb * L
j k trcm Miss A E Larson Mr < O
jorenz M Lovingi-ton Mrs A
Morl.rty Miss M J Mock Mrs A B
letoalf A V Mtgulra MUs A
rl.therMiasF Murray Mni E
kelson Mrs M Olson Miu K
'elts M J 1'ettereon A
Ryan A KntuellMrsF
ecslons Mrs A Hw neon Miss H 0
wenson Mias B (2) ( ) Sbepatd L
iwanson MUs J Sonthwortb Miss M
'rlmmer Mrs A Walsh M
Wells Miss A Walters Mils H
Tnos F. HALL Postmaster.
For Oonghi and Throat Dltorderi
10 BROWN'S BHONCHIAL TBOOOHES.
Have never chaDRed my uilnd reapeotlnf
hem from the first , except I think yet
> etter of that which I began by thinking
well of. " Rev. Henry Ward Bttchcr. Sole
nly in box Pricees. 25 centt.
WOMAN CAN HEALTH OF WO
PATHIZEWT THE.HOPE
WOMAN. RACE
3&V& ? & & tf
.YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VE&ETABLB COMPOUND.
Sore Car * for all FEtnAIE WEAK
NESSES , Including Leacorrhcca , Ir >
reirnliur and Painful menstruation ,
Inflammation and Ulccrnllon of
the Womb , Flooding , PRO
LAPSUS UTERI , Arc.
VFleaiant to the taste , eOcadou * and ImmedUl
Its effect. Hlsftgrrathclpln prcgcancr , and r
res pain during labor and at rcjrnlir period * .
rnrsicuja tsE IT AID rnisccioi rr FEXZLT.
CVFoa ALLWEAixissia of thAKcneratlra oreaz
either sex , It U second to no rcmed j that b a ere
; n before the public | and for all djeasec of U
BKXTS It li the QnataA RtiMdt < n On World.
T-KIDNET COMPLAINTS of Either 8e
Find Great Relief In IU Use.
T.THIA E.riNKHASl'8 BLOOD PUlUm
U enullrata orerr TCSIIKO of Human from t )
uod , at the same time will srli" tone and rtrcngth i
AimarrellonslnreittltiaBtheCompoun
tVDoth the Compound and Blood runfler are pr
nd at t3J and 23S Weetern Arenne , Ljnn , Itai
lea of cither , (1. Bix bottlM for $5. The Comp < l
tent by m&U In the form of pUK or of loxcngei )
/celpt of price , $1 per box for either. Mm. HnV\
el ; answers aU letter * of Inquiry. Endow Sq
amp. Seni for pamphlet. Mention tAU raptr.
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CORNICE- WORKS !
Iron and Slate Booting ,
0. SPKOHT , . - Proprietor.
1111 Doughs St. - Omaha , Keb
UANUFACTOKEB or GALVANIZED
Iron Cornices
DORMER WINDOWS , FIN1ALS
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Specht'a Patent MetallloSkyllght ] Patent
Adjusted Hatchet Bar and Bracket
Hhelvine. I am the ceneral Rent
for tbe above line of goods.
IRON FENCING ,
[ JrestlnRB , Balustrades , Verandas , Ire
Bank UalllnKa , Window Blind ? , Cel
lar Guurds ; alno
GENERAL AGENT FOR
PEERbON & FJLL PATENT IN
SIDE BLIND.
Are acknowledged to be tb
best by all who-hive put thei
to a nraotical test.
ADAPTED TO
HARD ' & SOFT GOAI
COKE OE WOOD.
MANUrAOTUBED BY
Buck's Stove Co ,
SAINT LOUIS.
PIEKCY A BR4HFOKE
BOLK AQEKTS FOR OMAHA
DUFRENE&
DUFRENE&MENDELSSHOf
MENDELSSHOf
ARCHITECTS
REMOVED TO
Omaha lattonal Bank
STEELE , JdHHSON & CO. ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Growers' Supplies.
\
A Fall Line of the Best Brands of
mm m MAMACTUEED TOBACCO.
IgentB for ESNWOOD HAILS AND LAI LIN ft BAND POWDER GO.
-DEALERS IN
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar Prj3
Z. O O
1020 Farnham Street ,
ANHEUSER-BUSGH
Brewing ,
Association ,
CELEBRATED
KEG & BOTTLED BEER ,
THIS EXCELLENT BEER SPEAKS
FOR ITSELF ,
Orders from any part of the State or the
Entire West will be promptly shipped :
All Our Goods arc Blade to the Standard of our
Guarantee.
GEORGE HENNING ,
Bole Agent for Omaha and the West.
Office Comer 13th and Harney
OMAHA CORNICE WORKS.
RUEMPING & BOLTE , Proprietors.
Tin , Iron and Slate Roofers
' MANUFACTURERS OF
Ornamental UalvanM It on Cornices , Iron Sky tfgat ? , Etc.
310 South TwMfth . Street , OMAHA , NfiB.
-me.
PERFECTION
HEATING < VAHD BAiCiMG
la only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.3
WITH
WIBE IfAIfilE OV81i DOORS ,
For eala by
ROGERS &
MORGAN & CHAPMAN ,
WHOLESALE
t2l3 Farnam St. .
BOLLN & SIEVER8. I H. BOLLN& CO. ,
1609 Douglas Streot. | Cor. 16th and California St.
OMAHA SEED DEPOTS.
HENRY BOLLN&CO
U Tobicughk to tHs city fiom < ho firmi rt L\nlred'h k Bon'i , PhlU'elpbla , aod J mei U. Thar-
born 0 . , Now Yor , the IJITJIJ t ttock otQan'ea md field 8 < cdj vir Imported toiort ( o Ihit
city , khit wbtcb arc gHiarantewl to be ( fish and tiue to tbe nunt.
Prices will also be ae low as any Besponsible Dealer can Make.
ra r 16.eod.tf HENRY BOLLN & CO.
A. M. CLARK ,
Painter&PaperHanger
SIBHWBim&DKDOBATQL
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL
WALL PAPEK 1
Window BMflBB
CORNICES CURTAIN POLES AND
FIXTURES.
Paints , 011 & Bmshos.
im South 14th Street
OMAHA - - NRRUAHKA
BROOM AND BRUSH WORKS.
Cor. oi Fifteenth and Pacific Streets ,
R. E , COPSON & CO. , Proprietor ! .
Will commence operation * about April 1 ; m26-mito 1m